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Bakehouse Special Collaboration

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September 19, 8:30am • Bakehouse Art Complex • part of a series on Color

creativemornings:

"Sometimes, we don’t know all of these hidden backstories. All it takes is looking at something a little bit differently and trying to find out more. Sometimes it changes your life!"

— Camila Ramos.

Watch the talk.

creativemornings:

Wahoo! We are beyond excited to have received a Net Award for Grassroots Event of the Year! Thank you to everyone who made this possible.

The real thanks goes to our community—the 82 chapters around the world who wake up early one Friday a month to attend CreativeMornings events. We ♥ you!

creativemornings:

One of our favorite folks, Key Portilla-Kawamura, has just launched a Kickstarter project for studio Banana Things latest product, KANGAROO LIGHT, a portable, playful and flexible lighting product designed to fit inside your bag. It glows only when needed so you can easily locate your belongings avoiding wasting time and possible frustrations.

Watch Key + his partner, Ali Ganjavian’s talk here.

creativemornings:

We love the work of Dallas Clayton, an illustrator who spoke at the first ever CreativeMornings/Chicago happy hour! Watch his talk.

dallasclayton:

Hey everyone! SO STOKED to announce , Dallas Clayton clothing is finally here! Go to dallasclayton.com and check out the store for all kinds of t shirts , sweatshirts, bags and other radness for kids and adults. Orders of $50 or more receive a free poster! Thanks SOOOO MUCH!!

creativemornings:

creativemornings:

"You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have."
—Maya Angelou

Read more on Maya Angelou over on The Reconstructionists, a collaboration between illustrator Lisa Congdon and writer Maria Popova. The Reconstructionists is a yearlong celebration of remarkable women—beloved artists, writers, and scientists, as well as notable unsung heroes—who have changed the way we define ourselves as a culture and live our lives as individuals of any gender.

Find out more about the project here.

RIP Maya Angelou: April 4, 1928—May 28, 2014

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