Monday, September 24, 2012

Beauty Stems From Frustration

"Every creative journey begins with a problem. It starts with a feeling of frustration, the dull ache of not being able to find the answer…. When we tell one another stories about creativity, we tend to leave out this phase of the creative process…. Instead, we skip straight to the breakthroughs. We tell the happy endings first. The danger of telling this narrative is that the feeling of frustration … is an essential part of the creative process." 

Jonah Lehrer, author of Imagine:

Evolution of Myspace

Really amazing video showcasing the evolution of myspace. I still have not had a chance to dive into the site and see how I feel about the usability, however the change in the look alone is pretty beautiful.

Thursday, August 30, 2012


Apparently this video is a social commentary where the artist PSY  speaks about the Gangnam District SeoulSouth Korea has become an icon for both wealth and income inequality. None the less, it's catchy.

Friday, October 28, 2011

A beautiful soul doing beautiful work

This is an amazing video and a gorgeous piece. It comes from a great artist based in Rome named Alice Pasquini. I love the the pure innocence captured in this mural. Her work speaks the language of the most basic of human emotions.


Thursday, August 11, 2011

Re-Post to help the cause.

Please go here and check this out. Help fight ignorance and oppression. We are given rights by the constitution of the United States, and one of those rights gave us the authorization to write and say what we feel with out the fear of being censored. This kind of censorship can not be overlooked. Irrespective if you agree or disagree with the nature of the book that is irrelevant. It is not up to government officials to decide what our kids can and cannot read. (I will stay away from a diatribe on parental duties). I mean if I could ban all of Sarah Palin imprudent filth I would. But I have no more rights then anyone else to say what is suitable for our youth to study, regardless of the subject matter.

You can find the original article by clicking on the image below, which is a poster created by Frank Chimero for Kitsune Noir poster club. And if you like what you see you can purchase it here.


Thursday, April 14, 2011

Simply Brilliant

It is amazing how one can make connections between what seems to be two unconnected items. While at the same time making relevant to your consumer.

Really cool interactive youtube video

I think the execution could use some tweaking and I do not think the product sounds that appealing but over all pretty interesting.