50 Reasons not to date a Graphics Designer

18. Januar 2012 um 16:12 | Veröffentlicht in Die Welt..., Fuck Yeah!, Ich, Interwebz, Tag | 4 Kommentare
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Jetzt wird mir alles klar. Obwohl ich natürlich ganz offiziell kein Grafiker bin. Aber dieser Berufsbezeichnung ist ja auch nicht geschützt, weshalb ich, da ich ja trotzdem auf diesem Beruf arbeite, doch ein bisschen ein Grafiker bin. Ganz wenig. Credits go to A Bourbon For Silvia, und ich hab nur das, was auf mich zutrifft, fett markiert. Was immerhin knapp 3/5 sind.

1. They are very weird people.
2. There are billions of them in the world, like colors on the screen of your computer.
3. They will analyse conversations in layers.
4. You will spend the day assembling furniture from IKEA.
5. They drink and eat all kinds of weird shit just because they like the packaging.
6. They hate each other.
7. You’ll come out the last out of the movies because you have to see the full list of credits.
8. They cant change a light bulb or without making a sketch.
9. They fuck up all the tables with their cutters.
10. They rather study the paisley pattern on your outfit than listen to what you have to say.
11. They will fill your house with magazines and whatever is out there that has drawings.
12. You never know if it is really an original or a copy.
13. They make collages with your photos.
14. They do not know how to add and subtract, they just understand letters.
15. They idolize people who nobody knows and speak of them as if they were his colleagues.
16. They take pictures almost daily and all are cut in weird shapes.
17. They ask your opinion about everything but they do whatever they want.
18. Everything is left justified, right or center unless they arrive late.
19. They hate Comic Sans with the same passion they love Helvetica.
20. They use iPhone for everything, because everyone has one.
21. You can not decorate the house without consulting them.
22. They steal street signs.
23. Always carry their hands painted with something.
24. They buy dolls unfinished for them to paint.
25. Everything becomes something other than what it really is: cards as tickets, cards as …
26. When arguing, you will be nicknamed like the OSX spinning wheel (not affectionately)
27. Do not know how to dress without consulting the Pantone book.
28. They hate Excel.
29. They read comics.
30. They want to save the world only with a poster.
31. You will spend the day brainstorming.
32. On vacation they will take you to countries that you do not know exist and have no beach.
33. Museums are their second home.
34. They know more positions than the Kamasutra.
35. They can’t go to a restaurant without secretly critiquing the menu design.
36. They listen to music you have never heard of.
37. They can´t cook a normal dish, they always have to experiment with new ingredients.
38. They read rare books: stories of children, Semiotics …
39. When you are going to tell you something, everyone has read it in their facebook and twitter.
40. They have own iPods before you knew they existed.
41. The orgasm they remember is when they heard that Adobe was acquiring Macromedia.
42. They have their own shops just for them and there are the most expensive in the city.
43. They want to spend all the money in the Apple Store.
44. You will never understand their gifts.
45. They see ordinary objects and laugh.
46. You wake up in the middle of the night hearim them screaming “When is the deadline?”
47. They see CMYK and RGB like Neo sees the Matrix.
48. They dream of the day nobody will make a single change to their designs.
49. They rather pay for a font than for a special birthday gift.
50. They are always sleepy because they work 24/7.

In Character: Actors Acting

18. Januar 2012 um 10:38 | Veröffentlicht in Die Welt..., Fuck Yeah!, Kino / Film, Kleinkunst | 5 Kommentare
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Der Fotograf Howard Schatz hat eine Bilderstrecke gestartet, bei der er Schauspieler bei genau dem abgelichtet hat, wofür sie (zumeist) bezahlt werden: Beim Schauspielen. Dabei gab er ihnen Szenarien vor, die sie dann mit ihrer Mimik umsetzen mussten. Dafür liessen sich unter anderem James Cromwell, Michael Douglas, Don Cheadle, Ricky Gervais oder Melissa Leo abknipsen, und machten sich dabei nicht selten, ganz sympathisch zum Affen. Mein Favorit ist ja John Goodman.

Einen ersten Ausschnitt gibts auf Schatz‘ Seite, eine ausführlichere Fotostrecke fügte er für Vanity Fair an.

Das oben ist übrigens der Stand-Up-Comedian Robert Klein, der sehr genial 1. einen Broccoli-verabstossenen Jungen spielt, 2. denselben Jungen spielt, als seine Mutter sagt „No Broccoli – No Power Rangers!“, 3. nochmals den Jungen, der die Mutter mit einer Monstergeschichte vom Broccoli ablenken will und 4. den Jungen, als seine Schwester demonstrativ genüsslich den Broccoli verschlingt.

Nach dem Klick noch ein Behind the Scenes-Video mit Ricky Gervais, das, sofern man die Fotos noch nicht betrachtet hat, ab 5:13 ganz ganz ganz episch wird.

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