Branded / Labelled & Misunderstood More* of the same old thing Free* always followed by an asterisk New* your perception; remarketed and repackaged ~ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
so many stigmas
with our words
branding is such an empty lie
I don’t know my friend…My father was a creative “Mad Man”. I grew up in advertising. He would bring home sample books of paper…like riches from the Orient. He also told he’d “Break my fingers if I picked up a pencil”
We’re all aware of the hype. It’s a reality …so let’s just use it for something worthwhile.
was the feeling
after studying / working
almost 20 years
in the industry
we didn’t really need want or could afford
99% of what we buy is thrown away within 6 months
was the first step
in regaining meaning
in my life
just my perspective
I totally understand…I saw what it did to my father working in that madness. I was conflicted for years growing up with the knowledge of subliminal cuts.
But there is a difference between working for an industry and using your skills to communicate. It’s not a mask unless one is dishonest.
This is where the deep work comes in….for everyone. ! xxoo
I loved the knowledge
I was only happy
with one or two projects
I grew as much as I could
typographers / topologists
can’t tell their coffee cup
from their donut
I remember when I was 11 I was put in an advanced class to look at truth in advertising, once a week, for 3 months. Thank goodness I did it young, it paved the way for my need to find truth in all things and disbelieve the hype. Although we are never truly immune to the ideology of a greater life regardless of the means.