Monday, June 28, 2010

Break In Case Of an Emergency

Break In Case Of an Emergency

For those of you who work or ever worked in a magazine, the pressure of going to print must be familiar. Everyone's panicking, everything feels like life or death, every little line is an emergency. My magazine is no different, and as I am the head designer (meaning the only designer) I am the only one who can make any structural changes. This is, of course, an obvious problem which had me running back to the office on weekends and then right into the week for quick fixed that only I know how to do.
I didn't run out of the shower, that's an obvious exaggeration (I don't shower), although I remember once when I came back to work at 4 in the morning. I had to go back this morning for a couple of hours, which meant I had to wake up at 9, which for me is just as cruel as making a person catch a bus across London whilst wearing a towel.


  1. you are gay. and i did it like ten years before you, so relax. what about the iphone?