Doodles & self-induced heart attacks by query misspelling. Week eight of DEATHMARCH 2012 was another pretty busy one, but with not a whole lot to tell. Here goes:
We got our pitch in for that job we wanted and made it to the final round, whatever that means. We’re excited but remember kids, pitch work is bad for your health and your wallet, just say no.
More pictures of us have escaped onto the internet. See our heads and things in our studio on the MIP blog.
Last Friday night at the Van Gogh Stuart Holt hosted the presentation of the Most Interesting Person project’s Amsterdam trail, and launched the funding campaign for the site on IndieGoGo. Watch me act surprised to see you and then talk for ten seconds in this introduction video:
Support MIP on IndieGoGo. We will be prototyping new stuff for the site soon, more on that is likely to appear both here and on the MIP blog. There’s also a new t-shirt on the way.
It’s a few weeks old already, but this interview Aisha Tyler did with Questlove is pretty good, and will likely teach you things you did not know about the Roots, and Black to the Future.
And that’s all.
DEATHMARCH 2012 was brought to you this week by giant inflatable ride-on robot ants and being on top of shit, like Canada.
See you next week!