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This is the first in a new Co.Create series called Master Class wherein top talents from various creative fields explain, in detail, how they do what they do. 
Post Super Bowl XLVI: How To Make A Great Commercial. An in depth, step-by-step look at how to conceive, develop and produce a spot, from one of the art form’s top names, Gerry Graf. —->This is Part One.

This is the first in a new Co.Create series called Master Class wherein top talents from various creative fields explain, in detail, how they do what they do.

Post Super Bowl XLVI: How To Make A Great Commercial. An in depth, step-by-step look at how to conceive, develop and produce a spot, from one of the art form’s top names, Gerry Graf. —->This is Part One.

YES! An illustrated history of tennis fist-pumps.

To celebrate the beginning of this year’s U.S. Open, Brooklyn artist Mickey Duzyj has assembled an absolutely gorgeous (and quite thorough) collection of arguably the greatest tradition in all of tennis – yes, we’re talking fist-pumps. Read more.

YES! An illustrated history of tennis fist-pumps.

To celebrate the beginning of this year’s U.S. Open, Brooklyn artist Mickey Duzyj has assembled an absolutely gorgeous (and quite thorough) collection of arguably the greatest tradition in all of tennis – yes, we’re talking fist-pumps. Read more.


When the Miami Heat raided the free-agent talent market last summer,  many people declared the franchise unstoppable. So far, it’s proven to  be good, but vulnerable. What’s behind the group’s struggles? A lesson  for us all in teamwork.
LeBron James sits in a courtside seat after practice, icing his right  knee and giving his thumbs a serious workout on his cell phone. Out on  the floor, Dwyane Wade continues launching three-pointers while testing a  pair of tinted sunglasses under Madison Square Garden’s bright lights.  The swishes — one after another, from somewhere approaching New Jersey  — rouse James from his digital haze. “Whoa!” he says, impressed.  “Whoa!”
Chris Bosh, the third member of the Heat’s holy trinity, is home in  Miami, nursing a sprained ankle. If his teammates are troubled, they  don’t let on.

What LeBron James And The Miami Heat Teach Us About Teamwork

When the Miami Heat raided the free-agent talent market last summer, many people declared the franchise unstoppable. So far, it’s proven to be good, but vulnerable. What’s behind the group’s struggles? A lesson for us all in teamwork.

LeBron James sits in a courtside seat after practice, icing his right knee and giving his thumbs a serious workout on his cell phone. Out on the floor, Dwyane Wade continues launching three-pointers while testing a pair of tinted sunglasses under Madison Square Garden’s bright lights. The swishes — one after another, from somewhere approaching New Jersey — rouse James from his digital haze. “Whoa!” he says, impressed. “Whoa!”

Chris Bosh, the third member of the Heat’s holy trinity, is home in Miami, nursing a sprained ankle. If his teammates are troubled, they don’t let on.

What LeBron James And The Miami Heat Teach Us About Teamwork