Be quick and do your #handwritesakura today and you could win a lovely pen pack :)
...however, I wonder how much he really means this statement as he spends over $4MILLION on spin doctors! I think the boy doth protest too much, methinks.
"Inspiring Creativity - A Liberatum film presented by illy" available to watch on Vimeo and I love how simple it is... so many people speak of creativity as torture or suffering and this perspective is... well, it's more me :) [vimeo id="95257403" mode="normal" autoplay="no" maxwidth="900"] The film is an insider's perspective on inspiration from the minds of leading creative personalities including: Diana Picasso, Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer, Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Academy Award nominee James Franco, Joan Smalls, Johan Lindeberg, Jonas Mekas, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nico Muhly, Karen Elson, Karim Rashid, Klaus Biesenbach, Academy Award nominee Lee Daniels, Lola Montes Schnabel, Marilyn Minter, Mark Romanek, Tracey Emin, Moby, Paul Schrader, and TED founder Richard Saul Wurman. Anything that loiters around inspiration is of interest to me... hope you enjoy this small look into the creative minds of some greats.
Richard Saul Wurman is not only an American graphic designer and architect, he has written over 83 books and is a cofounder of the legendary TED talks (Technology, Entertainment and Design). He is a legendary thinker but most importantly he knows how to ask a question... and judging by how much he has managed to achieve in his 79 years on earth (and many more to come I'm sure) no doubt he had a quest (or five) in his life... If you have a quote you'd like to see illustrated, get in touch :)
My mate Sabrina wrote the above statement on Facebook and it just perfectly sums up a little bit of what is wrong with all of our lives. This is becoming such a problem that the Australian Physiotherapy Association have started a campaign to raise awareness and get us all moving - so get up and GO! [youtube id="tfk2qekeVC8" align="left" mode="normal" autoplay="no" maxwidth="800"]
Dr Who. This mornings season finale was awesome (as ever) and I'm looking forward to the Christmas special. I can't say I share Dr Who's views on hugging but I can see his point. I guess it is a good way to hide the emotions on your face that you don't want seen. Food for thought Dr Who.
inner critic - regardless of what your inner critic says, you CAN do more than you think you can. Go hard or go home!