Energized by frequent doses of creative thinking, art, consumer empowerment and innovation. Collaborating with consumers and brands as innovation researcher. Spreading the word about the joys of living in Brussels.
Consumer research, innovation, digital marketing, backpack traveling, fiction and finding reasons to smile.
Learning to play a musical instrument, running every week, waking up early.
Carmen’s CreativeMornings activity
What we try to achieve with the museum: to find a bridge above every different singularity. We have different identities, but we have cultural values that we share above our singular identities.
It was more like the idea of a music concert: if they don't come for the artist, at least they can come for the people!
I was going to show you a picture of this incredibly erotic forbidden sculpture. But I'll just show you a picture of 3 baby goats dressed in cardigans...
I think this remix culture is one of the most iconic creative expressions that came out of our digital age.
When technology becomes accessible, it empowers people.
The ink of the third industrial revolution is data; it is inherently digital.
The grandfather or grandmother of the designer was the craftsman ... the whole process of designing, producing, manufacturing, financing all embodied into one person.
Who is the designer and what is our role in a new society, that is increasingly post-industrial and digitally connected?
Dries Verbruggen 3D printing, the new ink: disruption in the third dimension
Garrett List The role of music in a world in perpetual crisis
The world has probably always been in perpetual crisis—now it has come to a breaking point
Eclecticism is a natural cross-breading between people. That is what crossover is.
Eclecticism is what we're talking about at Crossover. It's the mixing of different styles because people communicate with one another.
We like to put things into boxes. These boxes are good for selling things, but they are not necessarily good for the way the human mind thinks or works.
Dr. Eric Corijn The air of the city makes free
Frederic Rozier Keeping the Heritage in Design & Architecture Alive
David Kelley Design is Magical
Maria Popova Brainpickings.org
Jonathan Harris Different Ways of Looking