Wout Arets Wout Arets
Wout Arets Q&A
Maximilian Heitsch Aaber Award, Aaber Artspace
Slavimir Stojanović Slavimir Stojanović
Stephanie Vicente Herd Magazine
Christiaan Van Vuuren Bondi Hipsters
Andrzej Bargiel Various Dimensions of Bravery
Carrie Morris Bravery
Deanna Yang Moustache Milk & Cookie Bar
Daithí de Buitléir Bravery. What is Bravery?
Warsan Ali Ismail The Perks of Being a Coward
Tommy Pedersen Bravery
Juan y Alejandro Mingarro Brosmind
Mário J. Alves Mário J. Alves
Lumír Němec Bravery
Matthias Sala Matthias Sala
David McCreath "It Might Get Personal"
Sheila Scarborough Writer, Traveler and Straight-Shooter
Linor Goralik Linor Goralik on Bezgranits project
Erin Devaney Bravery in the 'Marylanders for Marriage Equality' campaign
Stephen Hay Get Uncomfortable
Unerdwear Joanna Socha i Katarzyna Bojanowska
Alisa Wolfson Stop Hating on Advertising
DJ Forza DJ Forza
Outdoor Inhales Outdoor Inhales
Jim Gilliam Jim Gilliam
Jodi Bieber Between Darkness & Light
Jeff Lee BRAVERY: 11 ways to be brave every day
Alina Wheeler Ten Degrees of Bravery
Carina Szpilka Carina Szpilka
Isaiah Maring Bravery of a Seal
Matt Wagner "This is My Day Job: The Bravery of the Artist"
Nick Hawthorne-Johnson & Rochelle Johnson Nick Hawthorne-Johnson & Rochelle Johnson
Vanessa German Stop shooting, We love you
Catrin Owen Catrin Owen
Jamie Tworkowski To Write Love On Her Arms
Mike Tomás Bioheart CEO
Piers Roberts www.verydesignersblock.com
Todd Henry Brilliance Demands Bravery
Edward Venero Edward Venero
Brad Ludden Q+A
Brad Ludden First Descents
Ken Yuktasevi ONG&ONG Architects
Justin McMurray Bravery and Other Fairytales
Ian Kleinman Denver Kickoff
Mike Tippett Bravery
Chase Jarvis From Ansel Adams to Macklemore: Grit, Guts, Gumption and the Art of More
Mike Tippett CMVan November 1 Teaser
Creativity is the new literacy
Instead of business leading development, culture leads development.
Nobody wakes up in the morning thinking, "I can't wait to crank out a steaming pile of crap today." And yet it happens.
That's what creativity is—assaulting uncertainty on a daily basis.
Have the bravery to find those people, put yourself out there, and try to create work with them.
Putting your money where your mouth is; if you got an idea, or you got something that you want to make, just make it! Find the people around you to get together and to create that idea.
I think, most importantly, it's about doing stuff instead of wishing you had done stuff.
Sometimes bravery, in the creative space, means letting go of a little bit of control.
There's a real opportunity for us as creative people to take risks in the work that we do, based on our gut instincts .
In reality, we are all interrelated.
There is not a person who doesn't have body peculiarities.
Shouldn't good talented people be trying to change the whole world, whatever sector?
I'm going to convince you that it's great to work in advertising as a designer.
Every single invention has been because of a problem.
Nothing about our lives requires us to be truly brave. Yes, we have to be thoughtful, we have to be tenacious, we have to be dogged and hard-working and creative and agile, but not really brave.
You can't know what is straight until you know what is crooked.
You just need to keep believing in yourself until one day others will have no choice but to believe in you, too.
The most important thing was not that I didn't know, but that I wasn't afraid to find out.
You don't to have a million bucks or a perfect life to be able to enjoy something as simple as a milk and cookie.
Everyday bravery is something that everyone in this room is capable of building within themselves.
Sometimes, you have to be the brave person….When it's time to do the right thing - do it. Brave people do it., even if they didn't wake up that morning thinking they were going to have to do it.
You are ready to be well-dressed, and this readiness means that you as a person with disabilities who wants to be seen despite the fact that society doesn't want to notice you.
There is the courage and bravery in those people with disabilities who are ready and willing to be well-dressed.
Art is but a subset of creativity.
We live in our comfort zones. We need to spend more time in our uncomfortable zone—that's where creative things happen.
It's only brave if you're somehow afraid.
Brave people know what needs to get done and they don't stop and they don't leave until it's done.
Do what’s right and don’t worry about where the chips are falling. They’ll fall in the right place for you.
If you want to become a badass, I highly recommend failing massively at something.
What are you better [at] than anybody else you know?
If you dare to jump into the spotlight, you have to be ready to dance.
To me, bravery is really just about that first step.
If you make your drama around your preconceived ideas, then you are creating the barrier.
They said, 'Why is this beautiful woman on the cover of Time magazine?' and then they saw her nose.
It's the unknown that you fear.
I can't just speak about bravery, I have to speak about fear.
No one can find other people hidden away in a dark room. You do have to go out there and tell your own story to make these sort of connections.
Find the others. This is the secret.
Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find the others.
Truth be told, I'm afraid of everything.
There is no "they." "They" do not exist. If something would change it would have to be changed through us.
Love will make you face, your simplest and your oldest fears.
Making art is the clearest way in which I'm able to love myself.
Love is the only way.
I decided to intentionally make my life and my work about LOVE
There's a fine line between bravery and stupidity.
Love is the only creative, redemptive, transformative power in the universe.
Someday, somewhere, somehow, someone must have sense enough and morality enough to cut off the chains of hate and evil and violence in this universe and love is the only way you can do that.
Anything and everything that I know about bravery, I only know through love.
Bad is determined by what you do, no by where you live.
I'm less and less interested in being impressive and more and more interested in things that are real.
Bring your heart to work.
What we wanted to do was move people.
I just wondered if somehow, a t-shirt could be more than just a t-shirt.
All [my dad] wanted to do was spark the creative process at the dinner table.
Creativity and bravery are two sides of the same coin.
Sometimes bravery is going forth and fighting. Sometimes it means surrendering.
We don't need an idea. We need an ideal.
We need a timeless ideal for a timely application.
My wife says I'm too deep, it's not practical, but I tell her a swimming pool that is not deep is not practical.
Start thinking more with your heart and less with your head. Make really big life changes if you need them to be happy.
Sometimes a beautiful design is not enough to solve a problem.
The best way of doing it, is showing it.
Allow yourself the freedom to step away from perfection because it is only then that you can find success.
Culture leads development.
Overcoming fear and conceiving this 'art of more' should be a fundamental practice in what it is that you do and make.
How do you help other people find you?
What really unites us is that this life that we have is this extraordinary thing and there is this extraordinary uncertainty.
What do photosynthesis and pop rocks have in common?
Bravery for a chef happens every time we put a dish out.
It's easy to take risks, but bravery can not be an unconscious or subconscious act.
Bravery, the act of doing something different, often has a cost.
It's more difficult to know who the villains are these days, so it's difficult, in some ways, to be brave.
Creativity is the new literacy.