News Blog - The Real Art news blog delivers everything you ever wanted to know about our projects and people. Plus up-to-the-minute announcements, accolades and anything fun that’s worth a mention.

News Blog - The Real Art news blog delivers everything you ever wanted to know about our projects and people. Plus up-to-the-minute announcements, accolades and anything fun that’s worth a mention.

See and Spin

See and Spin #7: 3 Things to Read, 3 Things to Hear

See and Spin, where Real Arters dish on a weekly serving of three things you need to read and three things you need to hear.

“You Want a Description of Hell?”: OxyContin’s 12-Hour Problem (Harriet Ryan, Lisa Girion, Scott Glover / The Los Angeles Times)

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The first in a five-part investigative series by The Los Angeles Times examines how OxyContin’s deception on 12 hours of pain relief has fueled $31 billion in revenue for its maker—and an epidemic of addiction and death for its users.

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Case Study

Krush SXSW 2016: Standing Out at a Festival of Innovation

We helped Krush build an unforgettable experience at the biggest annual tech blowout in one of America’s hippest cities: South by Southwest in Austin, TX.

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Announcements

Tools of the Trade

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At Real Art, our favorite kind of ideas are the ones that seem impossible. The bigger the better and the crazier the more fun we’ll have. So we take our tinkering pretty seriously and we’re always building new tools to take us to the next level. 

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See and Spin

See and Spin #6: 3 Things to Read, 3 Things to Hear

See and Spin, where Real Arters dish on a weekly serving of three things you need to read and three things you need to hear.

The Really Big One (Kathryn Schulz / The New Yorker)

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“An earthquake will destroy a sizable portion of the coastal Northwest. The question is when.” Kathryn Schulz won a Pulitzer this week for feature writing with this piece from 2015, which after a devastating earthquake in Ecuador only grows more unnerving by the day.

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