Monthly Archives: September 2011
Recently I had the opportunity to create images for Park Nicollet’s 2011 Giving campaign. These images as I learned were to be black and white in their final use. To me that was extremely exciting. I feel that when people can be photographed in black and white it really creates a scenario where the eyes and the inner beauty of a person can shine through. In a way, I feel like you connect one on one with the subject. To conclude this blog entry I just want to say that I always look forward to working with the high level creatives at Park Nicollet. Thank you Sarah for this opportunity!
In response to demand for bug-defeating software apps that meet increasingly high standards for green technology, we proudly announce the launch of the fully mobile, bio-fuel iToad. This organic app is easy to install on your computer or smartphone (just plop him on there) and takes up absolutely no memory (has a brain the size of a pea). The fully automated app actively seeks and destroys bugs (up to 1000 per day). The app is equally effective against worms, but has been found to carry its own viruses.
*Note: Processing bio by-products may be used for medicinal purposes in some Asian markets.
**Users rate this app: sticky, slimy, bumpy, sometimes smelly.
Design: Matt Schnell of redbarncreations.com
Copywriting: Scott Whitman of MWICommunications.com