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Chris Glass: Design is a process to solve challenges
Design is a process to solve challenges. —Chris Glass, speaking at CreativeMornings/Cincinnati
From Aarhus to Zurich, last month we covered the topic of Rebel across our 71 chapters. Here's a collection of some of the best snapshots from events around the world.
Book List No. 5: Hidden
Hide away with a good book chosen from this round-up of ten books around March’s theme of Hidden curated by our friends at Designers & Books.
March's theme is Hidden
Ready or not, March, here we come! There’s no hiding from March’s theme of “Hidden.” The theme was chosen by our Seattle organizer David Conrad and his team, and we were thr...
Morning Person: Chris Doyle
Christopher Doyle once found a piece of Nutri-Grain that looked like E.T. then sold it on eBay for a thousand dollars. We talked to him about his work and starting his own studio.
Andi Zeisler, co-founder and editorial and creative director of Bitch Media, kicked off Valentine’s Day with a talk on rebellion and dissent at our Portland chapter.
Tying up February’s theme month on Rebel, we wanted to pull together some of our favorite rebellious CreativeMornings talks that will leave you feeling like a creative revolutionary in your own pra...
Ketchup with Austin Kleon
In the first conversation of hopefully many, we catch up with Author/Artist Austin Kleon since his CreativeMornings talk. Austin was CreativeMornings/Austin’s inaugural speaker.
Justin Lyons: Yo Gabba Gabba!
At CreativeMornings/Los Angeles, Justin Lyon of Yo Gabba Gabba! fame speaks on celebrating the weird.
Get Some Lovin'
Looking to get some love for Valentine's Day this Friday? The best way to get a little is to give a little, so we rounded up a few of our favorite gifts to give and get from our community.
The Shutterstock team tasked illustrator Zach Higgins to create posters of 'Rebel Wisdom' with quotes from some of our most rebellious talks.
Book List No. 4: Rebel
Our friends at Designers & Books worked with us to create this list titled: 10 Books on Rebelling and Creativity.
New Year, New Business Cards
We at CreativeMornings love the New Year. It’s a time to reflect, scheme and restart. To kick off 2014, we wanted to give our organizers a gift to help them put their best foot forward.
February's Theme is Rebel
Get ready for a month of rebellion. We are excited to present the second theme for 2014, “Rebel” brought to you by Shutterstock.
Squarespace & CreativeMornings
In 2012, CM’s NYC team was wide-eyed over the possibility of hosting an upcoming event at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Squarespace would soon reach out to us at the most opportune moment, ...
INDO: Reclaiming possibility and reflecting it
Nate Burgos recaps December's Chicago talk, featuring Linsey Burritt and Crystal Grover, founders of INDO, a Chicago-based design firm that creates installations using repurposed waste.
Young at Heart
As part of January’s theme month on Childhood, brought to you by Squarespace, we wanted to share a few things to help you get in touch with your inner child.
The Search Begins for 3 New Organizers!
We’re looking for new organizers in San Francisco, Boston and Milan (with help from MailChimp)! After almost 100 free events by organizers and their teams, it’s time to pass the torch.
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