The news is out. The project I’ve been working on at KNOCK Inc. this spring was made public on Target’s website today. (Sorry, wasn’t really today, Aug 9, I found this post sitting in my drafts folder and figured better to publish late than never…)
KNOCK has been working on Packaging and In Store Marketing (ISM) for the Designer Partnership with Adam Lippes.
I’ve also been working with KNOCK on the plaid-ification of the whole store.
I can’t show anything here yet, but soon enough you won’t be able to miss it in your local Target store.
The inherent geometric metaphor of electronic music has always appealed to me. 4×4. 16 bit. Probably for the same reasons graphic design is where I ended up in my career. 1920×1080. 24 bit. I love how this group pushes the boundaries by using textures that might be more at home in Indie Rock or even Punk Rock. Its kinda like listening to 3 of your favorite bands at the same time!
I was flying home from a Replacements show in Portland with my aunt and uncle (who are big ‘Mats fans from back in the day) when I saw a headline on CNN about the Lilly Pulitzer at Target collection selling out instantly. Like they were selling a new iPhone!
As you may have read in prior blogpostings, I spent a lot of time earlier this year working on the Lilly Pulitzer ISM signage for my customer, KNOCK Inc. (more…)
This weekend I was doing some client work at home. I had a mug of coffee and lots of paperwork on my desk. As I was moving moving papers around, they smashed into my mug and dumped a half full cup of coffee right into my MacBook Pro Retina’s keyboard.
This makes a good story for two reasons:
Backup Mac: I was able to keep working after this incident and meet my client’s deadline, a great case study in how I keep working through inevitable technical issues.
How a Spill into a MacBook Pro Retina Works: I learned some things about the MacBook Pro’s design that might help you minimize damage in the first seconds after a liquid spill.