I recently obsessed over the devinsupertramp’s entire YouTube channel. He’s an amazing cinematographer. Check out some of my favorite videos from his channel and get inspired to do something awesome.
Looking for a little inspiration to get you past your creative block? Try an iTunes scavenger hunt. Open up your iTunes Store, go down to the Genius Recommendations. Pick an artist that looks appealing to you and listen to the most popular song from the album.
I live in a city that lacks subtlety. It’s not just a quantity over quality issue. It’s deeper than that. If something tastes good, they’ll add more sauce. If a new restaurant does well, they add 10 more around the city overnight. (We have 31 Taqueria Jalisco’s in a town of less than 300,000.)
Let me introduce you to are revolutionary concept: irreducible complexity. The eye is one of the most complex parts of the body. But did you know that every piece of the eye is necessary for its function? It’s irreducibly complex. If you removed an element from the eye it would cease to function.
Jonathan Mann writes a new song every day–regardless of whether or not he’s inspired to. That’s hustle. So how does he do it? And what’s something he’s learned about making songs he really likes. He doesn’t care. Check out the video to see what he’s talking about.
Metta World Peace. That’s what NBA Basketball player, Ron Artest, changed his name to. Apparently he got tired with the massive name recognition and wanted to change it up a bit. He got bored. That’s what happens when you don’t have a vision for your life–for your art. You find yourself jumping between mediums. You…
I’ve lately become obsessed with hipster culture. I’m not sure I’d be considered a hipster…but I love the styles and mentality. I find it inspiring. So to share the inspiration, I collected a few photos of hipster animals. Get inspired!
There are enough ideas to go around. I was afraid when I began this blog. I had about 20 blog posts in mind. I knew I would run out of material. So I paced myself and I held back. I knew I could stretch my 20 blog posts out to 60 if I was careful…
She spent her lifetime living in a bubble. She woke up under her blankets. She jumped into her clothes. She rushed to her car. She put on her sunglasses. She worked in an office. She lived in a house. She lived in unending shelter–a bubble–cut off from the world.
Today’s Idea Sparkler is about giving you a different perspective on your creativity. Imagine you were creating as a fly. How would you accomplish the same creativity? And what would be different about the creation because you were a fly? Follow me…