The Traveller: An Interview With Maya Erdelyi
When you think of animation and animators, you don’t think of cut paper and fine artistry. This is probably because you are not familiar with the work of Maya Erdelyi, an animator who uses cut paper to maker her little films. She is super talented and is one of those people who is always on the go. We caught up with her in Winter and, funny enough, she’s already moved on from LA to her next habitat. What a talent!
A Little Help From TYLT
TYLT is a Simi Valley based tech company that makes lots of very useful products to compliment your mobility, i.e. your mobiles when you are mobile. One of their best and most useful products is their PowerPlant, a little on-the-go charger that can resuscitate your device in a pinch. We’ve used it several time and it is so fast and keeps its charge for a long time. This is a great investment for you mobile workers.
An Adventure In Catalina
Do you guys remember seeing some crazy island-ish Instagram photos from Bobby last weekend? Well, we spent the day in Catalina which is this insane, lush, beautiful island not too far off the coast from Los Angeles. The place is commonly believed to be some sort of weird, cheesy island where OC and Long Beach types go to do nothing but it is actually huge and mostly wild area preserved by the Catalina Island Conservancy, a group who focuses on keeping the island as natural as it has always been. The group invited us out and took us on a crazy fun adventure all around the place. We’re dying to go back–and you should definitely check it out, too.