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Starwars Day at the Please Touch Museum

Since its premiere in 1977, Star Wars has played an important role in pop culture and childhood play. Movies, comic books, lunchboxes, activity books, toys and action figures provided children with important tools to expand their imaginations.

Dribbble Invite Contest

Brand Revive has 2 Dribbble Invites that we will be giving away to two amazing graphic designers. In order to pick the best designers we are hosting our very own contest. To enter simply send an email to info@brandrevive.com containing your Dribbble username and one 800px by 600px jpg or png with a new version of our logo.

We are a creative branding firm located in Philadelphia so make sure your logo concepts are tight. Choose your own symbol and font that best represent a Branding firm and most importantly be creative! We will share our favorite designs on our site and announce the winners on March 1st!

Lastly make sure to include in your email a cover letter telling us why you want to join Dribbble and why you deserve to be a part of the community. We will only draft the most dedicated artists so if you don’t plan on posting frequently don’t even bother entering.

You have until the end of February to submit your entrees. I wish you all good luck!

Any questions please write in the comments below, and remember to follow us on Dribbble!

Philadelphia’s Finest

Philadelphia police are getting a lot of press, but for all the wrong reasons. The video above which went viral shows a Philadelphia Police officer cracking a woman in the face, who did absolutely nothing wrong. A man behind her is seen squirting water at the cops, and the officer assumes the petite lady is to blame and gives her a pop to the chin. I hope this man at the very least get’s fired, and hopefully sees some jail time.

UPDATE:

Jonathan Josey, who has been fired, was charged Thursday with simple assault.

District Attorney Seth Williams says he made the decision after carefully reviewing the video. Williams says police were responding to a chaotic situation, but the use of force was unnecessary.

Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey supports this decision.