1. One Last Game

    While working in the office of Jeraff Inc, we played about one game a day for 2 years. This was my last day working in the office. Winner takes all.

  2. Mickey & Minnie iPhone Wallpapers

    Available as wallpapers for your phone (and iPhone 5 ready!) Download them here:

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  3. After 9 months of hard work, it’s here. Well!

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  4. The (Instrumental) Tale of Joey Crown

    For those who ordered a copy of the Peoplemover vinyl, there’s a surprise for you! Along with the EP, you are receiving the entire instrumental version of the EP. Almost ready to ship out the vinyl!

    Until then, enjoy this track. It’s by far my favorite.


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  5. One of the most epic shots from Pixar.

    One of the most epic shots from Pixar.

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  6. When I’m not being a designer, I’m an aspiring musician using the name ‘Peoplemover.’ Last week I released my new EP, ‘You Barely Want to Hear This.’ If you’d like to listen to it absolutely free, check it out at http://youbarelywanttohearthis.com 

It’s also available on iTunes, RDIO, and Spotify.

I also started a Kickstarter to press this Ep on vinyl. If you’d like to help out, I’ll be taking pledges until the end of June of this year. Here’s a video explaining.
    When I’m not being a designer, I’m an aspiring musician using the name ‘Peoplemover.’ Last week I released my new EP, ‘You Barely Want to Hear This.’ If you’d like to listen to it absolutely free, check it out at http://youbarelywanttohearthis.com It’s also available on iTunes, RDIO, and Spotify. I also started a Kickstarter to press this Ep on vinyl. If you’d like to help out, I’ll be taking pledges until the end of June of this year. Here’s a video explaining.

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  7. BLEE!

    BLEE!

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  10. What’s The Deal With This

Let me start by saying, I don’t write much, especially my complaints, but I thought this was an interesting point. In 2008, I left T-Mobile to purchase an iPhone and join AT&T. When I gave my soul away that October, I was really satisfied. I got a typical deal with a certain amount of minutes, a handful of text messages, but what I was really excited about was the unlimited data in this plan.

Here’s my gripe with AT&T. On Christmas this last year, AT&T sent me a text message (brilliant), to let me know I was among the top 5% of data usage on AT&T, and that they would be canceling my unlimited data plan. I’ve never really been a fan of the fees I would have to pay to leave a service provider, but I just accepted it. It’s fine. What I don’t appreciate is AT&T being able to cancel my unlimited data plan whenever they feel like it.

This is an observation of an unfair situation.

    What’s The Deal With This

    Let me start by saying, I don’t write much, especially my complaints, but I thought this was an interesting point. In 2008, I left T-Mobile to purchase an iPhone and join AT&T. When I gave my soul away that October, I was really satisfied. I got a typical deal with a certain amount of minutes, a handful of text messages, but what I was really excited about was the unlimited data in this plan.

    Here’s my gripe with AT&T. On Christmas this last year, AT&T sent me a text message (brilliant), to let me know I was among the top 5% of data usage on AT&T, and that they would be canceling my unlimited data plan. I’ve never really been a fan of the fees I would have to pay to leave a service provider, but I just accepted it. It’s fine. What I don’t appreciate is AT&T being able to cancel my unlimited data plan whenever they feel like it.

    This is an observation of an unfair situation.

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