Design etiquette for money, religion and politics.

Unlike many other creative types, my dream has never been branding the next Supreme. My design interests have always laid with more obtuse subjects, difficult topics and no-nos at the dinner table.

I have always been far more into touchy topics, areas in which branding and communications can do a great deal to bring institutions and public closer together — what nation is dropping the most revolutionary currency? Are there any cults or religions out there using the power of branding to communicate with their congregation? How has the Obama era changed political communications, from a creative direction point of view?

F—M—P is a research blog covering these and many more topics. It serves as an aggregator for anything out there exploring the design etiquette of religion, finance and politics.

Every week I also publish a poster reflecting on hot media topics of the moment. For more information and updates, click here.

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