11.07.13 by Jeff

40 Days Of Dating: An experiment by Jessica Walsh and Tim Goodman

40 Days Of Dating an experiment by Jessica Walsh and Tim Goodman
40 Days Of Dating an experiment by Jessica Walsh and Tim Goodman
Jessica Walsh, of Sagmeister & Walsh, and designer Tim Goodman just launched a fun project called “40 Days of Dating”. The pair dated each other for 40 days, answered a questionaire each day, went to a therapist once a week, and even held hands for 8 hrs straight.

Now they’re presenting their romantic journey, one day at a time, on their website. They’ve called upon friends like Mario Hugo, Christoph Niemann, Siggi Eggertson, Jessica Hische, and Keetra Dean Dixon, to lend their graphic talents to the project in the form of typographic illustrations for each update.

I’m already really into this and it’s only on Day 3! Watch a couple of their videos below!

THE DATING RULES:

 

40 DAYS OF DATING – ALL VIDEOS:

 

OUTTAKES:

 

fortydaysofdating.com

sagmeisterwalsh.com

tgoodman.com

 

via: itsnicethat













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jessie

    This is hilarious!

  • Jessie

    This is hilarious!

  • Mark

    wow, these two are very much in love with themselves and not each other. And Jessica, with your choice of work and place of living it is no surprise that you suffer from insomnia and constant headaches. Slow down!





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