Issue No. 008

They had me make a summary of everything that was lost. So I made a list, of everything.
— Pablo Figueroa
John Heilemann  in a Supreme t-shirt with Chuck D (in a NY Jets hat, outside the fence on the South Lawn of the White House, circa "Fear of a Black Planet") in his interview with Steve Bannon for The Circus , Photograph courtesy of    T.J. Kirkpatrick

John Heilemann in a Supreme t-shirt with Chuck D (in a NY Jets hat, outside the fence on the South Lawn of the White House, circa "Fear of a Black Planet") in his interview with Steve Bannon for The Circus, Photograph courtesy of T.J. Kirkpatrick

D/ND

  1. Puerto Rico’s Ruins

    Dope: Beautiful and powerful storytelling about those who had their lives torn apart by both a natural and political disaster.

  2. Dunkin, No D

    Dope / NotDope: In a high stakes rebrand aimed at long-term growth, Dunkin has banished “Donuts” from their name, sparking uproar from loyal fans.  

  3. Welcome to Snapazon

    Dope: Snapchat’s getting washed by Insta, but a “snap and buy” partnership with Amazon could be the e-commerce pivot they need.

  4. Ashley Madison Is Back, to School

    Not Dope: If you watch one terrible ad about Moms cheating on their husbands while the kids are at school today, let it be this one.

  5. Fall In Love With Vegas

    Dope: First Spike Jonze for Apple, now Michel Gondry brings his auter-film director skills to ads for a Vegas casino. Wes Anderson, you’re up next...

  6. Brooklyn 420

    Dope: There’s still a long way to go to justice, but a Brooklyn DA erasing pot convictions and warrants for POC is a good start.

  7. Times Newer Roman

    Dope: It’s design for a good(ish) cause. Students everywhere can complete their term papers even faster with an even newer Times New Roman font.

 
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