Misfit Media Posts

Misfit Media worked with the local non-profit Fourth Arts Block New York City (FABNYC) to migrate their content to the interchang.es network. We used a custom theme along with their existing brand assets to re-design the site’s style, all while transforming it into a new content-driven community hub for their coalition of arts organizations. FABnyc was founded…

Misfit Media partnered with the clothing company Little Hippie, an official licensed artist for the Grateful Dead, to create content about the band and the movement it has inspired. As 2015 is the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, and the band’s remaining members will play final concerts this year, Little Hippie…

Misfit Media offers a portfolio package for clients who are looking to showcase their portfolios on a limited budget. You bring and program your own content (no previous knowledge required) and we create the digital infrastructure you need to launch your new website and work with you through the process. This…

  Misfit Media designed branding and built a new website for The Outfit Theatre Company, run by artistic directors Rhett Henckel and Nat McIntyre, who met while getting their MFAs at The Old Globe in San Diego, California. Their co-creation Jester’s Dead became a cult underground hit in New York City.

Misfit Media worked with founder Natalia Linares, leader of the artist advocacy organization Conrazón, to launch a new website featuring a blog about artist advocacy. Natalia has written extensively about art, culture and politics while working with creators like Los Rakas, Chicano Batman, Nani Castle, start ups like Patreon, and organizations like the Sacramento-based center dedicated…

At South by Southwest 2014, Nicole Brydson presented The Subjective Objective: Building Maker Media. Exploring how to build a localized media that supports and strengthens independent artistic and maker communities through digital content and commerce free of commodification. The sum of honest subjective expression among individuals creates the most objective picture…