“It’s the way of life I wanted.” –Taja Dockendorf
Thank you The Dieline for the feature article on an insider look of how I have been building Pulp+Wire and at our studio space.
Some top notes from the article:
“If you stroll around the offices of the Portland, Maine-based branding and marketing agency Pulp+Wire, you’ll find a few quotes affixed to the walls, but there’s one that best suits the agency, from a little 1988 John Carpenter movie starring Canadian professional wrestler and all-around legend “Rowdy” Roddy Piper called They Live: “I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I’m all outta’ bubblegum.”
There is also scratch-and-sniff cherry wallpaper in their bathrooms, but I digress.
Great B-movie lines aside, you’ll find a no-nonsense collective of “brand alchemists,” which is not to say that this is a place where you can’t have fun (I mean, the bathroom alone), but they’re a team devoted to getting it right for the client and pushing themselves to do the best work they can.”