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Q: You built a multi-million dollar street wear brand from the ground up – a journey that started in a garage and eventually saw your listing as one of Australia’s wealthiest young entrepreneurs. What role did art play in the development of this brand?
In the apparel industry, an artistic approach has become more relevant over time as people have become less inclined to purchase clothes with corporate logos emblazoned on them. Today people want to wear art that has meaning. At the same time, more and more artists have set their sights on apparel. In the past designers would always want the opportunity to see their art on vinyl record covers, then it was CDs and now the t-shirt is the ‘go-to’ canvas.
Seemingly every few months, stories about the quirks of the British make the social media rounds anew. The BBC is the latest to weigh in on this most robust of debates, even getting their own staff involved in bringing to life some of the more idiosyncratic behaviours.
Is the Labour Party – which under Tony Blair’s leadership carefully constructed a pro-business stance – in danger of losing any remaining credibility it has with business?
To celebrate our recent 20-year anniversary, Infinite Global’s creative team curated an art exhibition which explored the theme of changing perceptions. ‘Artists of Change’ builds upon this train of thought – and we thought it appropriate to feature his work as our final post of the series.
Rebranding Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, the largest law firm based in the United States, was no small feat, especially as the rebrand occurred amid two mergers (with Bingham and Singapore’s Stamford Law). Infinite Global’s Helen Bertelli talks with Despina Kartson, Morgan Lewis’s Chief Business Development and Marketing Officer, to learn the secrets behind the firm’s successful rebrand.