Hi guys, Annie here! I met up with Steve and Zadi for lunch the other day, and it really made me miss our fun summer together with the entire gang. So, I dug up some footage from our t-shirt promo shoot... yes, the t-shirt promo that just won't die. Enjoy!
Popping up any sort of collar can be a dangerous venture for anyone wanting to appear awesome or even remotely cool. You could end up looking like a total douche bag with a faux hawk or John Mayer (please observe Exhibit A above). But Wall Street Journal reporter, Teri Agins, gives the best advice in any collar related subject matter:
Most guys are comfortable turning up the collars of their top coats only in the winter, when they want to ward off gusty winds. But don't forget that some of the most macho role models in history wore upturned collars with panache: James Dean and Marlon Brando in their tough-guy leather jackets, as well as Humphrey Bogart in his trench coats.
[ Via: Wall Street Journal ]
Teaser 001 from mike ambs on Vimeo
Hey peoples. I'm so excited - this is my first post on the Epic Fu blog! I'm Mike, and I'm one of the lucky editors for the show. When I'm not working on FU-related-stuff, I'm usually locked up in my bedroom writing and editing "For Thousands of Miles." Which is a film about traveling... and other stuff... check the 20 second teaser from it above!
More editing stuff after the jump!
I walked into the EPIC FU headquarters this morning and Mike Ambs was sitting at the editor's desk. Many people know Mike from Project Pedal, an incredible web documentary about a cross country bike trip and the relationships it effects. I first met him when he was preparing for the epic bike ride.