Next Singapore speaker
"It’s easy to feel bitterness and lead with your pain, but then that’s how people see you. My pain and my brokenness are a part of my story, but they don’t define me anymore."
— Ruthie Lindsey. Watch the talk.
Did you know that Milton Glaser was the talent behind this Mad Men advertisement? The design legend spoke at CreativeMornings/NewYork chapter. Watch his talk. →
"Taking risks is the key to free thought, new ideas, originality."
— Jonathan Ford. Watch the talk here.
Austin Kleon. New York Times bestselling author of three illustrated books: Steal Like An Artist, Show Your Work, and Newspaper Blackout. His work has been translated into over a dozen languages and featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, PBS Newshour, and in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Author and artist Austin Kleon was the first speaker at our CreativeMornings/Austin chapter. He speaks on the mass fetishization of creativity, work, process, and life. Watch his talk here. →
"Building a community is not expensive, you just have to be creative."
— Harley Finkelstein. Watch the video talk.
We love this Good Work/Hard Work Print by the good people at Holstee. Co-founder of the company, Fabian Pfortmüller spoke at our CreativeMornings/Zürich chapter a few years back on the importance of designing with a conscience.
Holstee is founded on the principle of doing just that, creating products that inspire mindful living. Check them out.
Chuck Reece - The Bitter Southerner #creativemornings
"Understanding the limitations of who I am helps put me on the path for what I’m made to do and how I’m made to do it."
— Taylor Gahm. Watch the talk.
CMBengaluru for Failure with Kavitha Kanaparthi.