Not too long ago Sculpture Milwaukee was only a spark of imagination from Steve Marcus, chairman of the board of the Marcus Corporation. His vision was to bring inspiring sculptures from around the world and share them with the people of the Greater Milwaukee area at a price everyone could afford – free.
Just as the American Civil War divided families, so has the Great Gif debate among the Graydient team. If you’re interested in a hearing a heated debate (or reading it on Slack), simply say or type the word “gif” and the Nerf guns will certainly be drawn. When recently asked to weigh in on the debate, our teammates came up with their backing for the correct pronunciation of the word “Gif”:
Intern’s Point of View:
It’s actually rather difficult for me to describe my internship well without including the words “fun,” “nerf,” or “tacos.” My internship at Graydient Creative gave me so much experience while working in a new and constantly improving agency environment, that I didn’t even notice that I was soaking it all in. The people that work there were so welcoming and friendly that I felt that I could ask them any question and receive not only the answer to the question, but background knowledge that helped my overall learning. I truly felt like a part of family this summer at Graydient.
Outdoor music festivals have evolved since your grandmother’s Woodstock days. Music festivals have adopted the technologies and advancements in digital media that, at one time, could have run them out of business. When listeners could have traded in their concert-going experience for high-quality music and video from the comfort of their home, the music festival industry took the new-age competition and used it to their advantage.
Developments like advanced sound equipment, breakthrough lighting materials, and massive LED screens made for impeccable viewing are not just enhancing the visual experience, they are creating a stronger tech-focused experience for attendees. One that challenges the market and has made the festival industry more profitable than ever.