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3.9.19 / CHRIS

Fantastic - Twilight Town

Fantastic - Twilight Town | Jazzy HipHop

Jazz, house, hip hop beats, and small samples mesh together imperfectly, creating a sound thats the perfect backdrop for working. The looped orchestrations set a vibe that never skips a beat or distracts. That opening track tho...

Jazz, house, hip hop beats, and small samples mesh together imperfectly, creating a sound thats the perfect backdrop for working. The looped orchestrations set a vibe that never skips a beat or distracts. That opening track tho...

2.5.19 / CHRIS

Polo

Polo

The studio doggo!
@dogmeetsdoggo →

The studio doggo!
@dogmeetsdoggo →

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2.5.19 / DAVID

Studio speak

Studio Speak

Three years ago, my dad gave me this speaker for my first studio. Three years later, I gave it a facelift.

Three years ago, my dad gave me this speaker for my first studio. Three years later, I gave it a facelift.

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1.20.19 / CHRIS

Figures

Figures

A brilliant mixture of familiar and abstract shapes. Artwork by Katie Yoder.

@Figures on Instagram →
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A brilliant mixture of familiar and abstract shapes.

Art by Katie Yoder.
@Figures on Instagram →
Shop Figures →

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1.21.18 / DAVID

Table Talk

Table Talk

I’ve been spending my nights making this white oak table thinking about how I was instructed to grow up and progress through life. 

'Why don’t you just do it, David?’ Was something I was asked constantly in school. It was a good question. It made me wonder, ‘why should I do this if it’s not what I want? What do I even want to do and why do I want to do it?.” Distracted in class, I explored these questions, usually daydreaming of a life where I use my time to make things and be creative. Little did I know that this daydream would materialize itself over time.

Now, when I think about whether or not I should try something I want to do, I think 'Why don’t you just do it?’

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1.1.19 / CHRIS

Big K.R.I.T. – Look What I Got

Big K.R.I.T. – Look What I Got

Reflect & relax. 

12.28.18 / DAVID

Executing ideas

Executing ideas

Shot an upcoming project by Markus White, a visual effects artist whose work you've probably eaten popcorn to.

Shot an upcoming project by Markus White, a visual effects artist whose work you've probably eaten popcorn to.

Shot an upcoming project by Markus White, a visual effects artist whose work you've probably eaten popcorn to.

Shot an upcoming project by Markus White, a visual effects artist whose work you've probably eaten popcorn to.

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11.11.18 / CHRIS

Collaborating to make this book, made CD.

Collaborating to make this book, made CD.

As with many friendships after high school, daily communication would take a halt. With Ravi, our ambitions cut our conversations to mostly small talk. So a couple years later when he contacted me about working at R/GA, I immediately made a referral to make it happen.

It came as no surprise that Ravi was well liked from day one. Coworkers quickly became friends and the way we kicked it in high school started again. One year later, he passed away. From grieving, I had an idea with my coworker, Tim Ferris, to honor his memory; a book for Ravi’s family that is a collection of short stories from friends at R/GA.

While desigining the book, I received a linkedIn notification from David, saying hello and if we could work together (we didn't speak since high school and when we did, it was just "hey"). I told him about the book and he was immediately on board. After giving it to his family we thought, “that was incredible, let’s keep working together.” 

Collaborating to make this book, made CD.
It's framed at the entrance of the studio.
To carry Ravi's energy and passion with us.
Everyday.

As with many friends after high school, daily communication would take a step back. With Ravi, our ambitions cut our conversations to mostly small talk. So a couple years later when Ravi contacted me about working at R/GA, I immediately made a referral to make it happen.

It came as no surprise that Ravi was praised the moment he started. Coworkers quickly became friends and the way we kicked it in high school started again. One year later, he passed away. From grieving, I had an idea with my coworker, Tim Ferris, to honor his memory; a book for Ravi’s family that is a collection of short stories from friends at R/GA.

While desigining the book, I received a linkedIn notification from David, saying hello and if we could work together (we didn't speak since high school and when we did, it was just "hey"). I told him about the book and he was immediately on board. After giving it to his family we thought, “that was incredible, let’s keep working together.” 

Collaborating to make this book, made CD.
It's framed at the entrance of the studio.
To carry Ravi's energy and passion with us.
Everyday.

As with many friends after high school, daily communication would take a step back. With Ravi, our ambitions cut our conversations to mostly small talk. So a couple years later when Ravi contacted me about working at R/GA, I immediately made a referral to make it happen.

It came as no surprise that Ravi was praised the moment he started. Coworkers quickly became friends and the way we kicked it in high school started again. One year later, he passed away. From grieving, I had an idea with my coworker, Tim Ferris, to honor his memory; a book for Ravi’s family that is a collection of short stories from friends at R/GA.

While desigining the book, I received a linkedIn notification from David, saying hello and if we could work together (we didn't speak since high school and when we did, it was just "hey"). I told him about the book and he was immediately on board. After giving it to his family we thought, “that was incredible, let’s keep working together.” 

Collaborating to make this book, made CD. It's framed at the entrance of the studio. To carry Ravi's energy and passion with us. Everyday.

As with many friendships after high school, daily communication would take a halt. With Ravi, our ambitions cut our conversations to mostly small talk. So a couple years later when he contacted me about working at R/GA, I immediately made a referral to make it happen.

It came as no surprise that Ravi was well liked from day one. Coworkers quickly became friends and the way we kicked it in high school started again. One year later, he passed away. From grieving, I had an idea with my coworker, Tim Ferris, to honor his memory; a book for Ravi’s family that is a collection of short stories from friends at R/GA.

While desigining the book, I received a linkedIn notification from David, saying hello and if we could work together (we didn't speak since high school and when we did, it was just "hey"). I told him about the book and he was immediately on board. After giving it to his family we thought, “that was incredible, let’s keep working together.” 

Collaborating to make this book, made CD.
It's framed at the entrance of the studio.
To carry Ravi's energy and passion with us.
Everyday.

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