Check out some of the resources that were used as research for The Subjective Objective: Building #MakerMedia session at SXSW 2014.
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Misfit Media built a suite of sites for Sunnyside Films, their founder, actor and producer Michael Izquierdo, as well as for their film projects The Weekend and The Last Day of August, in which our design director Rhett Henckel also starred and designed the movie poster. We’re a multifaceted bunch here at Misfit Media.
Misfit Media worked with the Village Voice's Laura Shunk who ran a great story on the brand new Williamsburg establishment The Grand Bar and Grill (647 Grand Street, Brooklyn), The Grand Owner Eric Austin Talks His New Williamsburg Spot and Forthcoming Ridgewood Joint. Sit long enough at the bar at The Grand, a three-month-old joint […]
“The Subjective Objective” debuted in July 2013, showcasing research as performance by Nicole Brydson. It debuted as a performative piece as part of Archiving The Now at the Glasshouse Project during the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival and as a prototype website that would become the basis of other projects like BrooklynTheBorough.com, MarsAtSunrise.com and others to come.