Check out the pictures from the recording studio with Takka Takka on The Futurist!
State of the Art Art in the Age Boutique Opens live it!
Lifestyle stores creep you out. There are always those few items (bath beads, knitted tampon covers) that make you go, Really? These guys think this is me?
But new boutique Art in the Age is selling a way of living that you'll be totally down with.
Steven Grasse '87, CEO of Quaker City Mercantile (formerly known as Gyro Worldwide) in Philadelphia, will give a "Viral Talk" on guerrilla and viral marketing Friday, Nov. 14, at 5 p.m. in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium in Newhouse 3. The talk, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by COLAB, an interdisciplinary initiative based in Syracuse University's College of Visual and Performing Arts, and The NewHouse student group in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Paid parking is available in the University Avenue Garage, the Booth Garage and the Marion lot.
We just got a sweet write-up in Custom Garage Magazine. Although, we don't fully understand what it says...it's written in Spanish.
"Un toque exotico para los que no pueden resistirse a los disenos y productos de Sailor Jerry, a marca vintage de tatuajes por excelencia."
We translated it for you...it means we're the shit!
Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry Screening
The old salts behind Sailor Jerry Spiced Navy Rum hosted a screening of the documentary Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry: The Life and Times of Norman Keith Collins. The Event was held August 15 at Bar 35 on Honolulu's historic Hotel Street, just block from Sailor Jerry's original shop. The gorgeous outdoor screening area filled with tattooers, inked people, director Erich Weiss, and a surprise guest-Sailor Jerry's son, David Collins.
Quaker City Mercantile (formerly known as Gyro Worldwide) (formerly Quaker City Mercantile), Sailor Jerry and the Walrus All in One Article in PW
Who Let the Blogs Out?
by Brian McManus
Author Barry Schwartz begins his book The Paradox of Choice with an anecdote about shopping for a pair of new jeans. His pants are falling apart, and things have gotten critical. He wanders into the Gap for an exercise he suspects will take five minutes, and tells a salesperson the size he's looking for. He's then swept off his feet with a tidal wave of unexpected information.