Digital making, open-water swimming and making coffee.
Master artisans like Yasuyuki Namikawa who without formal training pioneered black cloisonne enamel spending his life mastering the technique through trial and error. In the end, he was the best. His story is extremely inspiring and one of perseverance and defying the status quo. https://youtu.be/rV062RruwqI?t=3m5s
James’ CreativeMornings activity
Bakor Altayar Bakor Altayar
Grace Bonney People Matter, Real Life Matters
Brian Jacobson The Lost Art of Tracking Down Lost Art
Brian Holoubek The History of the T-Shirt
Alan Webber Why Context is more Important than Content
Jacqui Lewis Revolutionary Love
Scott Belsky The Middle of The Creative Process
Josh Clark The Era of the Algorithm
Bob Fernald Swimming the English Channel
Simran Thadani The Magic of Books
If there's not a free spot in your calendar, there is no room for randomness. It means everything is planned.
Jon Barnes My source code for serendipity
Michael Yates A Special Request
Mike Monteiro F*ck You, Pay Me
Kevin Huynh A journey through CreativeMornings
Dallas Clayton Kid Lessons
Wilson Miner "Steal This Talk"
Anthony Burke Head of the School of Architecture | UTS
David Kelley Design is Magical
Casey Gerald Purpose is the New Bottom Line