You drive down the street and witness a dozen blocks of corporate buildings. What used to be vacant buildings from the dot-com bust are now tagged with Google rainbow logos on them. This particular structure art-installation was in the middle of it all. Not tasteful by any means, but then again, corporate culture is anything but tasteful.
But wait, could this be interpreted as trying to exit the "box" or in other words, "thinking outside the box?"
Monday, November 14, 2005
Free Naked Drinks in the Cooler. Blade-Z scooters to transport Google staff to the scattered buildings on the Google campus. The uniform: Girls of all sizes, mostly tall and curvy with tight black flare pants over pointed black heeled boots. Magnetic clip-on ID tags on their waists.
The men, on the other hand, wearing worn out sneakers, wrinkled bleached jeans, flannel tops and t-shirts, dressing down like the stereotypical nerd. It all becomes suddenly clear - the ladies are serving their purpose.
I'm game for the casual attire, fit for men, and the upscale, chic, uniform that accentuates the curves of the ladies.
- Wilson for RACINGMIX