“Travel is the best story teller.” quoted from an interview I did with Status Magazine and flipped into an awesome graphic for their Print Mag - by Regina from Demonsteration Blog.
PackThis! event at Delta’s T4X tomorrow - Join us!
It’s 6am Saturday Morning. I’m not out of bed yet, but with a squinty eye I reach for my iPhone and hit the Nike App to see who won FuelBand Friday. Watching the app load - there’s a sense of drama because you never know who’ll make a last minute run to claim the number one spot.
Each Friday everyone at our office competes to see who can be the most active. The things we’ll do to win are pretty hilarious. You could say we’re just slightly competitive at WJS Creative. Over the last few weeks the trash-talking, headband-wearing and mean-mugging has pushed us to be more active, and while I hate to admit that my old man bones aren’t always happy, I can say we’re always having a lot of fun.
If you have a FuelBand and would like to join our competition for bragging rights - email us or message us and we’ll add you to the crew.
*Note - Dave - our visual strategist is undefeated. We have to stop his winning streak.
We’re super proud to present Pack This!
An engaging conversation about travel and the best ways to pack your bags at Delta’s T4X in SoHo, New York.
If you’re in town, stop by! I’ll be moderating the panel and would love to see you there.
One lucky person who attends the event will win:
As always - thanks for supporting wejetset and its partners. We’re going to have a lot of fun on Monday.
Aerial view of New York City (photo by Jason Hawkes) - via clubmonaco
New work by Jace.
Jose Parla x JR in Chelsea NYC.
24 hours in Bratislava with iGNANT Magazine.
Tokyo Lights by Renaud Coilliot
Travel Moments by Marcia.
Insa in Sydney, Australia. Photo taken by Eko.
21 Travel Tumblrs for Jet-Setters -
Thank you everyone that reads and follows seconds minutes hours*. We’re super excited to be featured alongside some awesome travel tumblrs on Mashable today.
Travel Moments - Istanbul Skyline (via freundevonfreundentravel)
“I simply enjoy working. Where else could I develop ambition? As an artist, you are always striving toward an ultimate achievement but never seem to reach it. You shoot a film, and the result could have always been better. You try again, and fail once more. In some ways I find it enjoyable. You never lose sight of your goal. I don’t do my job to make money or to break box office records, I simply try things out. What would happen if I were to achieve perfection at some point? What would I do then?” — Woody.