Imagine South Florida, in all it's hot, sticky, sunshine-laden sunburned glory - filled with pastel colored houses and apartments to repel the UV rays, cruise ships, retirees, the oceanfront and an ever-growing melange of cultural communities. The Latin influence is strong there - in a way that gives the city a truly ethnic vibe that … Continue reading The Talking Walls of Wynwood: The New Face of Creative Miami
For the record I believe we are worth saving.
“We were to be the first life form to wipe ourselves out. But what would be unique about us, is that we would do it knowingly. Now what does that say about us? The question I’ve been asking is, why didn’t we save ourselves when we had the chance? Is the answer, because… we weren’t sure if we were worth saving?”
Another beautiful, yet melancholic quote from the movie Age of Stupid, set in the time 2055.
As I was sifting through the magazine rack at my local thrift store - searching for "stimulus" for an innovation ideation (say THAT ten times fast) session - I came across the type of rare gem that made my narcissistic anthropologist day. It was this issue of Soap Opera Digest from July of 1984. I … Continue reading More! A Nostalgic Snapshot of 80’s Consumer Culture