While we’re on the subject of music this morning, we are totally digging this throwback mash-up of vintage Punk Rock and Swiss Modernism by NYC Designer Mike Joyce. Melding the two unlike genres results in some stunning poster work and the urge to rip off our shirts and thrash around the shop.
Last week we were able to take time out of our (insanely) busy schedules to head out to Marlin President Michael Stelzer’s picturesque 150-acre ranch and roast some delicious wieners for our annual agency meeting. Needless to say, there was plenty of opportunity for work-inappropriate wiener jokes. And luckily, we weren’t officially at work. Yay, wiener jokes!
More pictures after the jump.
Not only does Marlin designer Quentin Brown (known simply, powerfully as Q) own the world record for fastest stock GTO, he also owns this badass 1932 Ford Roadster. And not only does he own said Roadster, this crazed monkey of grease actually built it. When he was 16. From the ground up.
We’ll just pause and let that soak in.
Young Q rescued the fiberglass body just as it was heading for the scrap heap, and did the whole Bionic Man thing on it. Better. Stronger. Faster. Green Flamier.
Modern-day Q rolled into work in it this morning, and seeing this carefully crafted beauty next to, say, a 1998 Saturn (SL!) is quite the humbling experience, automotively speaking.