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I believe that following Convey is participating in the continuous flow of creativity, which in turn is part of our unlimited source of positive energy - which undoubtedly unites us to where we are now. In a philosophical way, I try to let the creative minds think about (Who, What and How) Who we really are, What skills we actually have and How we can achieve our goals in society, while helping each other. I do this by posting knowledge packed in various forms and perspectives, influenced by music, art and design.
"Thank you for being inspired"
- Dervin Sno
Creativity requires a delicate balance of primarily these eight things. If you’re not feeling particularly creative, evaluate which of these might be off balance for you.
Terry Fox, a 21 year old one-legged cancer patient, ran 3,339 miles across Canada in 143 days before dying. He ran the equivalent of a full marathon every day on an artificial leg to raise money for cancer research. He was forced to stop his run across Canada after it was discovered that his bone cancer had spread to his lungs. http://ift.tt/1hJMjye
Alexander Chen reminisces about studying with the inimitable Annie Dillard, who echoes Mark Twain’s contention that “all ideas are second-hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources,” Alexander Graham Bell’s assertion that "our most original compositions are composed exclusively of expressions derived from others,” and young Virginia Woolf’s observation that "all the Arts … imitate as far as they can the one great truth that all can see.”explore-blog)
Author Mitch Joel is the March speaker at CreativeMornings/Montréal. He is the author of Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It.
In this talk Stephen explains that when we become uncomfortable we make our nicest work, learn new things and have great experiences.
Drunk In Love (Slowed Down) by Ashanti Floyd “The Mad Violinist”
Madness, i get goosebumps when i hear this.
Creativity is less about critique and more about creation. You should never mix the two.
However, there comes a point with any creative work where there has to be a critique in some form. The critique will come either by yourself, from peers, or from customers or audience. Sometimes…
Food is becoming one of the most important topics of conversations these days. Thankfully there are great Food Documentaries out that highlight the importance of a healthy lifestyle. One of those great films is Hungry For Change which helps us figure out what’s keeping us from having the body and health we deserve.
A healthy lifestyle can protect us from all types of illnesses so it’s important to be aware of the things we put in our bodies.
Film Details and more: http://www.hungryforchange.tv/
"Google has built a prototype Android smartphone that can learn and map the world around it. The device comes from a new initiative called Project Tango, and it’s ready to get the phone into developers’ hands to see what the technology is capable of. Google says that the phone will learn the dimension of rooms and spaces just by being moved around inside of them — walking around your bedroom, for example, would help the phone learn the shape of your home. The hope is that by creating a robust map of the world, Google’s phone could eventually give precise directions to any given point that needs to be reached."
American Photographer encapsulated moments of American’s social upheaval with an air of timelessness.
HAHA Magazine: Dutch Umbrella Episode 1
Eduardo Kobra Brings Rodin’s The Thinker to São PauloBrazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra’s new mural in Sao Paulo, brings Rodin into Brazil with a mural based on one of the most famous sculptures by the French Artist, ‘The Thinker’.
The mural is located in the east side of the city and carries Kobra’s typical style: an explosion of colors and geometric forms along with an impressive realistic painting.
Previous walls by Kobra:
*Thanks to Eduardo Kobra for sending us these images.
The REAL Toy Story | Michael Wolf
Behind those toys are a whole new world of “fun”.
"Surround yourself with like minded people, and good things really do tend to happen."
— Daniel Dittmar
Help us to plant the tree that your great grandchildren will swing from.
Not too keen on the type & placement, but a sweet little concept never the less