Mientras les spoileabas series a tu compañeros de oficina…


Mientras les spoileabas series a tu compañeros de oficina…

Texto por Maximiliano Torres — 18.Jan.2017

Jerry Seinfeld firmó contrato con Netflix para producir nuevos episodios de “Comedians in cars getting coffee”, dos especiales de Stand up y contenido original. 

Facebook anunció que dejará de invertir en promover Facebook Live y comenzará a desarrollar contenido original, como Netflix.

Ralph Lauren será quien diseñe el vestido de Melania Trump para la ceremonia inaugural de Donald Trump, según fuertes rumores. 

Los usuarios más fieles de Vine se despidieron de la aplicación con sus últimos loops de video. Luego de cerrar Vine, Twitter creó Loop Camera, una app que permitirá hacer vines para compartirse en twitter. 

Shepard Fairey, el artista gráfico detrás del póster HOPE, de Barack Obama, creó una serie de nuevos pósters para la era de Donald Trump. En ellos, aparecen ciudadanos de diferentes razas y culturas.

Aaron Huey (@argonautphoto) and I have teamed up again for a series called WE THE PEOPLE; an effort meant to champion an appreciation for ethnic, cultural, and religious diversity because, hey- the people aren't one people, the people are ALL people. This series of 3 new graphics were commissioned by Aaron and the @amplifierfoundation for a Kickstarter campaign that launches TODAY! You can support the campaign by pledging NOW (link in bio)! Depending on how much you pledge, reward packages include postcards, sticker packs, 30 x 41" large format prints, and 24 x 36" offset prints. We the People need to come together under a new symbol of hope— one that reminds us that OUR America is one of equal humanity, and does not demean or discriminate. We need you to help us take back this narrative. The sale of these prints on Kickstarter will fund the purchase of full page ads in the @washingtonpost on #InaugurationDay, to be distributed to 600,000 people. Free speech in public spaces has rarely been as stifled as it will be for this inauguration, but no administration can tell you you can’t buy a newspaper and hold it up above your head! Beyond the ads in the Post, Amplifier Foundation will also be distributing each of these images at Metro stops, via moving vans, and at drop spots in DC. We don’t have any one easy solution, but we do know this: we must be greater than fear, we must defend dignity, and we must protect each other. Take this art in your hands, and start now. #DefendDignity image from a photo by Arlene Mejorado (@ari.mejorado). #EqualHumanity

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