Daily BR!NK is always on the lookout for extraordinary individuals with boundless creativity and remarkable projects. Those pioneers of all ages and industries, with passion as their common denominator, are some of the most inspiring people we have had the chance to meet. Since we often feature them as they are about to embark on yet another journey, we thought it thought would be interesting to revisit some of our former interviewees and find out how well they have fared since they were featured on the site. These updates (a second round after last week’s) will also hopefully remind you of how diverse our site is, with fresh news ranging from the Olympics to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.




Martin Barry was just awarded…


a Fulbright grant to teach a landscape architecture studio and lecture about contemporary design at Czech Technical University in Prague. He is also currently working on an exhibition entry for W and has been invited to GLIMPSES of New York and Amsterdam 204 opening at the Center for Architecture and ARCAM [Amsterdam] on June 8, 2011.











Composer and lyricist, Ryan Scott Oliver

has been busy writing the Freaky Friday musical, a project commissioned by Disney and based on the two movies (Jodie Foster if you’re part of Generation X, Lindsay Lohan if you’re part of Generation Y). The musical will be directed by Christopher Ashley (Memphis, Xanadu, The Rocky Horror Picture Show) and will open in 2012.













Our very first BR!NKer, 2009 and 2010 national boxing champion Patricia Manuel


is still knocking us out, prepping for the 2012 Olympics. She will be once again be competing this summer for the title of national champion before embarking on the nerve-racking selection process to become the first-ever female to represent the United States in the boxing category. Oh, and she also got an incredible press opportunity we might not be able to divulge… yet.











Second City’s Danielle Uhlarik


in addition to racking up millions of views with her “Advice From A Cartoon Princess” videos, hosts This Week,” a weekly news sketch show released each Friday on the network. This is just our personal opinion here at Daily BR!NK, but there is no reason as to why Danielle is not yet on SNL or already super-famous, because her humor and comic timing are just exceptional.











Last week, the founder of the iPhone/iPad app, Storyville, Paul Vidich…


was featured on the New Yorker blog. The post details how Storyville “joins the push on the electronic literary front by giving its subscribers a new short story each week.” If you haven’t done so yet, download the application; for $4.99 for six months, it’s a steal.











Ryan Casey, the outrageous founder…


of the award-winning celebrity illustration website, “But You’re Like Really Pretty,”  has been keeping busy. In addition to adding a new gem to his collection every Wednesday (latest victims: Tina Fey and Adele), he has been hanging out with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and been featured on Perez Hilton and Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live.











Last but not least, digital dandies The Brothers Mueller


have successfully translated the Martha Stewart Living magazine into an amazing iPad application; they even made an appearance on the Martha Stewart Show. We are happy and proud to announce that they are currently working to build Daily BR!NK’s own iPap app. More info on that later.













BR!NKer is looking for:
Say something >

Copyright © 2012 Daily BR!NK. All rights reserved.