18
Dec
2015
4

Reframing Sustainability In A Creative Way.

If you have heard too much about the colour Green and you think that it just doesn’t want to go out of style, it’s not your fault. Environmental experts constantly remind us about the harsh consequences of not adopting the ‘Green’ lifestyle while the sceptics remain colour-blind. And stuck in the middle are the laypersons,...
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4
Jun
2015
9

Conversation On Creativity With D’lo DeProjuicer

Simo Mafuxwana a.k.a D’lo DeProjuicer is a front-end web developer, avid photographer, graphic designer and filmmaker from Strand, Cape Town – South Africa. He is also the co-founder of the Own-Appeal and the Founder of and Head of Content for Thngs Of That Nature. Simo was recently nominated for the Old Mutual Tomorrow’s Leaders 2015 awards. D’lo has a...
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7
May
2015
0

Ken Hughes On The Importance Of Play And Creativity

TED and TEDx curated videos are always full of incredibly valuable and awe-inspiring contents. We recently stumbled across a TEDx lecture that instantly turned on the light bulb for us! If there is another lecture that absolutely need to be added to our list of 5 Ted Videos On Creativity You Absolutely Need To Watch,...
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5
May
2015
1

Jonathan Tilley: Listen To What Creativity Is Telling You

In our previous post, 5 Ted Videos On Creativity You Absolutely Need To Watch, we featured an incredible speaker who gave an amazing lecture on why you should listen to what Creativity is trying to tell you. Jonathan Tilley, the man on the TEDx stage giving this lecture has a long career in the Creative fields....
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20
Apr
2015
0

Interviewing Beeple: One Completed Artwork Every 24 Hours

Mike Winkelmann a.k.a Beeple from Wisconsin, USA, is a multi-talented creative whose works include animations, Vj-ing, and illustrations. Beeple’s short films have been screened at various established media-arts powerhouses such as the ARS Electronica and the Biennale of Sydney, among others. He strongly believes in the ‘open-source’ concept and has published a series of his work under Creative...
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6
Apr
2015
3

Sculpture Artist David Mesguich on his Creative Process

Starting off as a Graffiti artist, David Mesguich always had an interest in spaces that “separate and divide up”. Having travelled to various cities of different cultural and social backgrounds, he now uses the creative energy he gathered to create colossal geometric sculptures and installations. Most of his work are mainly displayed publicly in France...
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31
Mar
2015
0

Designer & Entrepreneur Brett Mellor on his Creative Process

From a very tender age, Brett Mellor always had a tendency to build and make things. And like all creative individuals who grew up playing with legos, he never let go of his urge to create and his resilience. This led him to tread his path in the Creative field later in life. Brett is now...
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