(This post is part of an ongoing series with Brian Solis “17 Cartoons That Will Change Your Business,” inspired by Brian’s book, “What’s The Future Of Business?”  To sign up for the gapingvoid newsletter and download the above image for your use  please CLICK HERE.) The old advice was always to do one thing, and do it well. […]

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Sneak Peak on gapingvoid Laptop Covers

[Sent out in today’s newsletter etc.] Yay! gapingvoid laptop decals [in beta]. We’ve been doing laptop decals for our corporate clients for a while. Gapingvoid images printed on this super polyester fabric. It fits perfectly on an 11″*13″ Macbook and is re-peelable, reusable. You can change them up, put them on walls, or glass partitions […]

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“CultureMail”: gapingvoid’s New Secret Weapon

Jason and I were thinking, if people like our daily newsletter so much, it would be awesome to take what we’ve learned from that, and create something useful for our clients. Ergo: Introducing CULTUREMAIL: “Just like our own gaping­void news­let­ter, but for your own busi­ness and peo­ple.” We’re REALLY excited by this: A proven new […]

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gapingvoid and team up to offer killer printed business cards

Say hello to our friends at gapingvoid [Originally posted by Rebeka on the Moo blog, 28th March] It should come as no surprise that we’re pretty big fans of Business Cards here at MOO. We’re passionate about great design and standing out from the crowd. We believe Business Cards should be a conversation starter – something to […]

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Path Interview with Hugh MacLeod

[Originally published on the Path blog, here.] As longtime fans of artist Hugh MacLeod and his work, it was a no-brainer for us to ask him to create custom sticker packs to be used in messaging. Here, Hugh chats with us about his work, his inspirations, and his creative collaboration with Path. Q: Among other things, […]

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Path 3.0 Stickers

  [One of the e-stickers…] [Download Path 3.0 app here.] The big news for us this week was, we were part of the Path 3.0 launch that just happened at SXSW. Basically, we designed a bunch of e-stickers for the new store they built inside the app. It was a fun gig that will hopefully […]

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Seth Godin and Me on Intrepid Radio

Thanks to Todd Schnick and for having Seth Godin and I on his Intrepid Radio Podcast. We started off talking about the children’s book Seth and I made together, “V Is For Vulnerable”, but the conversation went way beyond that. Seth, as always, was his very lucid self. As always, he’s pushing us to raise […]

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Dan Sullivan and Babs Smith

Awwww… We were sent this photo, a commission for  Dan Sullivan and Babs Smith, the husband & wife strategic coach team, that was done as a Holiday present to them, from our old buddy, Joe Polish. “Entrepreneurship completes us.” Exactly. Thanks Dan and Babs for taking the lovely photo, and Thanks to Joe for the […]

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“Live-Tooning”: gapingvoid does Events, Y’all…

Gapingvoid Does Events – TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 from Gapingvoid on Vimeo. We’re doing more and more events these days. I call it “Live-Tooning”… It’s what I do instead of “Public Speaking”. A little bit more unique. Here’s what we wrote recently: Here’s how to supercharge your event: The gapingvoid team was engaged by TechCrunch […]

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The gapingvoid Wall at Techcrunch HQ

[Techcrunch and gapingvoid have been friends for a while– since 2006 or so, actually. And here’s the art to prove it, hanging on a wall in the main Techcrunch offices in downtown San Francisco. Those smaller ones are 9″x12″, larger ones are ginormous.  Jeff Sass took the picture while visiting there a couple of weeks […]

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Hugh MacLeod is a genius.  Genius.

Seth Godin
Best Selling Author

His work acknowledges the absurdity of workaday life, while also encouraging employees to respond with passion, creativity, and non-conformity...   MacLeod’s work is undeniably an improvement over the office schlock of yore. At its best, it’s more honest, and more cognizant of the entrepreneurial psyche, while still retaining some idealism.

The New Republic
Lydia Depillis

Last year my State of the College address was 76 slides loaded with data. This year it was 14 cartoons that were substantially more memorable.

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Former President, Babson College

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Tony Hsieh
CEO, Zappos

In moments of indecision I glance at the wall [to Hugh's work] for guidance.

Brian Clark
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