A few months ago, I wrote about my brother graduating and not knowing where he would end up for his first job.

Since then, he accepted a job as the weekend sports anchor at WIBW in Topeka, Kansas.   He reports from the studio on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and during the week, he covers everything from high school football to the Royals in the World Series.

Yes.  The World Series.

How awesome is it that in his first few months of his first full time job, my brother gets to cover the World Series?!  He even just spent the last few days in San Francisco for the three games there.

And, because Jonathan is, well, Jonathan, he somehow got himself a ride in the DirectTV blimp that hovers over the stadium.

Check out his Instagram for his latest updates and an inside look at the Royals.  I think there is even mention of a Dugout Phone.

Holy cow, you guys. It has been ridiculously busy the past few weeks (or months, really) but it feels like it has been INFINITE YEARS (in a good way). Football season doesn't always feel super busy because we have all summer to kinda worry about it and plan it with our amazing clients, but once you feel like you can breathe a sigh of relief after the season starts and most of the projects have been delivered, BAM - It's time for basketball and hockey season.

So like, we don't have the whole summer, and did you guys know there are men's AND women's basketball AND hockey teams?! For those keeping score at home, that's 2*basketball+2*hockey = 4 TIMES the videos! My brain has watched so much Old Hat Capture footage and client highlights over the past few weeks, I'm pretty sure if you could take a picture of the inside of my head, it would just be a melted mess of basketball and hockey. HOWEVER, we're finally starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. A few projects have already been delivered and most of the rest are in the works and getting final touches. I'm so excited about everything we've got coming out. They're all unique and super awesome! I know your fans are going to love them.

P.S. HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS! (sorry, I couldn't help myself)

Few people have had as much of an impact on the design world of the 20th century as Lella & Massimo Vignelli and Charles & Ray Eames.


From the Vignelli's instantly recognizable NYC subway signage


to the ubiquitous Eames's office chair

these individuals were responsible for the look of the last half of the 20th century. If you're interested in learning more about these folks, Netflix has two really great documentaries on each.  


Design Is One


Charles & Ray Eames: The Architect and the Painter


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