Archive | Creativity
26
Feb

VISUAL DESIGN IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Feeling very inspired after last nights AIGA panel discussion at Google Seattle. Being behind Googles doors kinda made me felt like a kid in a candy store. It’s a place for innovation, rule breaking and passionate people doing Epic Shit, which are 3 things I stand for. The conversation at the event surrounded the question […]

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18
Feb

Very fitting quote from Pablo Picasso

  This is something I live my life by.      

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14
Feb

Beware of the exercise (office chair) ball

Imagine sitting on this and BAMMMO!   That is exactly what happened to me today at work today.                                                   I was sitting on my fancy exercise ball as I do everyday […]

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04
Feb

The natural high from creativity…

Seeing your project come to fruition is a great feeling. Early in my career as a print designer, I loved watching stuff come off the printer. It was like I was creating life in some weird way. You start with an idea in your head, than a scribble on a piece of paper and as […]

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04
Feb

Hand curated music

Hand curated music picks of January 2015

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23
Dec

Top music picks for Dec

FIRST AND FOREMOST. RIP JOE COCKER. A TRUELY PASSIONATE ARTIST, THAT GAME ME GOOSEBUMPS WHEN I WATCHED HIM PERFORM. ESPECIALLY IN THIS ONE…   Top music picks for December             J    

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21
Nov

Standards?

                  I’m doing some research on the topic of “Standards” and want to hear what that generally means to people. Do you feel you have them personally, professionally, high or low and how does having them make you stack up among others with little to no perceived […]

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10
Nov

Top 10 music picks for the week of 11/05

Top 10 music picks for the week of 10/05

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16
Sep

Building a Cajón Drum

I recently added a new member to my drum family, a A Cajón (Spanish pronunciation: [kaˈxon] (Ka-hon), a drum with origins from Peru which started as crew members banging on empty boxes of tea on there journey home. The sounds this drum creates are comparable to that of a full-size drum kit -snare, bass, and tom toms. […]

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13
Aug

AIGA Seattle event

Last week I attended my first AIGA Seattle event Pour Back hosted at the amazing Turn Style  Studio near Ballard. For my first event in the new city I was impressed. It was a good turn out of people from all walks of disciplines; designers, programmers, writers, gamers and to my surprise professional full-sized Jenga players which inspired […]

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