FEELguide covers a wide spectrum of topics including but not limited to: entertainment, science, society and world affairs, design, psychology, technology, alternative style, and the very best of all things inspired and imaginative. FEELguide has become not only an invaluable memory box for me, but also an incredible platform for the exploration, incubation, and communication of my thoughts and ideas. Furthermore, Marshall McLuhan’s 1964 axiom “The medium is the message” taught us that media is not only filled with content, but it also brings with it change: “People tend to focus on the obvious, which is the content, to provide us valuable information, but in the process, we largely miss the structural changes in our affairs that are introduced subtly, or over long periods of time. As society’s values, norms and ways of doing things change because of the technology, it is then we realize the social implications of the medium. These range from cultural or religious issues and historical precedents, through interplay with existing conditions, to the secondary or tertiary effects in a cascade of interactions that we are not aware of.“..FEELguide is my contribution to this unconscious evolution of our world.
About Brent Lambert: I am owner of unifiedFEEL™ Visual Development Services, a company specializing in the visual development of creative content for the film, television and music industries, visual effects, advertising, print and online media, and live events. Clients and projects include: the upcoming X-MEN: Days Of Future Past, IMMORTALS, 300, The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor, The 2012 Taylor Swift Speak Now Tour, Warner Brothers, Michael Jackson: The IMMORTAL World Tour, Sony Pictures, Katy Perry, and much, much more. You can see the full portfolio of work by visiting unifiedFEEL.com.
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