Spent yesterday with Lara Speier from Days, an app that documents your day and let’s you share it with your friends in gifs and images. Lara followed me from my wakeup to workout to work and back. See it all step by step and check out the app here.
Was a great privilege to work with the Banana Republic team this past Summer. Together, we created an animation to celebrate their Fall 2013 collection, which is hitting stores right about now (along with their Issa collab).
Press play, watch it in HD, and spread the BR love.
Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2013 show is perhaps the best suited to this style of animation. Heavily referencing religious iconography, frescoes and mosaics—the models can become the perfect rose window. Of course, rose windows are better when they spin and are set to ’60s music.
Heads up, this has no official affiliation with Dolce & Gabbana.
A little video to celebrate the collaboration between Warby Parker and Ghostly.com. They teamed up to create a basic perfect pair of black (or grey if that’s your thing) sunglasses.
A lot of people have asked me how I do the character posts on Textbook. In short, it’s a lot of perusing collections and a lot of photoshop. But I was bored and made this video that will explain it a little better.
1. Choose the character.
2. Find the clothes.
3. Slice the photos.
4. Fix the pieces in place.
5. Post the post