Things to Love 2014
With Valentine’s day just around the corner, MSLK has compiled a list of the things we have been loving inside, around, and outside the studio. Enjoy and please share the love!
Using the latest in web technology and 3D printing, Mymo is a sculptural twist on the traditional monogram. You can pair any two letters or number combinations together, creating a personalized pendant or keychain. If nothing else, check out the snazzy 3D rendering interface with your own initials.
More Love Letters
More Love Letters invites you to send an anonymous love letter in hope of lifting someone’s day. Spreading love and joy to people is a great way of saying “you are not alone.”
Do you love the look of handwritten notes even though your penmanship may be less than stellar? Now, sending personalized valentines cards to everyone you know is super-easy with Postable.com. Type unique messages to each person online — or write a single message, and Postable will mail it to as many people as you want. They’ll never know you didn’t write it yourself!
Paulie Gee’s Pizza
Nestled in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn is an amazing pizza place that many New Yorkers have yet to discover. With amazingly innovative offerings for just about everyone, Paulie Gee’s is one of the few places that has vegan pizza options that aren’t soy-based. Located at 60 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn 11222 http://www.yelp.com/biz/paulie-gees-brooklyn?nb=1
Google Art Project
Now you can tour the world’s best museums virtually, viewing works at INCREDIBLE levels — allowing you to get far closer to to the art than you ever could in person. With artwork from over 300 museums around the world (Musée d’ Orsay, Uffizi, Hermitage, and The Met to name a few…), the Google Art Project finally allows you to experience art the way it was meant to be appreciated: from your couch!
Okay, this one is admittedly nerdy — but MSLK is having a torrid love affair with Asana! This is a simple, free project management tool which has streamlined our workflow and simplified our Q&A process when receiving feedback from clients. This helps us collaborate with our clients and vendors, allowing us to focus on the creative part of the project, rather than managing it.
Then She Fell
We’re not ones to just sit back and relax, so why would we expect anything less from our entertainment? If you love immersive theater experiences, check out Then She Fell for a new twist on Lewis Carroll. This is poised to be the next Sleep No More.
United States of Bourbon