“For that angsty high schooler in your life, Walmart is now selling a bunch of Banksy knockoffs. Most ironically, one print is titled, “Destroy Capitalism.” Another print of a work by street artist Eddie Colla that Walmart mistook for a Banksy featured the words, “If you want to achieve greatness, stop asking for permission.”
“Last month Condé Nast decided to end its storied internship program. The termination came on the heels of a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed by two former interns alleging that Condé Nast failed to pay them at least the minimum wage and overtime … But a recent Intern Survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management shows that these fears are mostly unfounded.”
Ever wonder what music supervisors look for when they license songs for games or select composers to work on projects?
Check out these interviews with Katie Sippel of Activision and Mike Rajna of Konami for some great insights on what they look for in artists, how game music supervision works and why the process of making a game soundtrack differs from the same process for film and TV: