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Creativity

The Ascent Of “Mad”: See 60 Years Of Comic Subversion

The original Mad men were a group of subversive cartoonists and writers poking fun at anything that carried the slightest hint of authority. Today’s editorial crop have a much harder job–satirizing folks who have grown up with Mad and are in on the joke. On a tear of shameless shilling for its new 60th anniversary coffee table book, Totally Mad, editor John Ficarra weighs in on how the iconic magazine has kept up with the times.

The Ascent Of “Mad”: See 60 Years Of Comic Subversion
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Creativity

Happy Socks Builds A Business–And Happiness–Two Feet At A Time

Creative Cultures is an ongoing series on how smart companies have built a culture of creativity. From business philosophy to talent acquisition and management, customer service and product development, we’ll examine the inner workings of successful companies and the ways they build cultures that promote and harness creativity. In this edition: Founded in Sweden in 2008, Happy Socks has tiptoed into 50 countries with a focus on design, collaborations across fashion and culture, and happiness.

Happy Socks Builds A Business–And Happiness–Two Feet At A Time
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