Play by your own rules.
Listen to your users more than the press. Don’t get sucked into the gravity hole between you and your competition. Ruthlessly run your own path, not someone else’s.
— Josh Williams via Medium (https://medium.com/work-education/6152adc41de9)
For some cruel reason, I keep finding myself in the position of being introduced to things in their infancy (often before they are even launched), dismissing them as stupid, and then watching them become unbelievably popular. This has happened to me at least four times. Each time I vow never to call anything stupid again, and then, invariably, it happens again. I’m not sure if there’s any lesson here other than a warning against arrogance, but I have two stories to share.
Rough draft of one of the characters of a project I’m working on titled Severed Octopi.
SirCoffee by soyonis.
Yoko #1, 1999 by Don Brown
I’ve come to the realization lately that states sit at the center of everything we do in product development
— Noah Brier
AMAcrystals by soyonis.
mattmanalo asked: Awesome sketches man! Where in Houston are you at?
Thank you kindly! I’m in midtown, Bagby & McGowen. I like the way you’ve curated your Tumblr, fresh stuff. :) Are you in Houston too?
Rocketsicle (?) …popsicle inspiration.