Sunny Tang 2018 June Craft
Nadine Roßa Draw to Remember
Jonathan Busch Lourdes is a Crafty Queen
Peter Reinhart Craft
Armando Geneyro 10,000 Hours and Counting...
Brittany Nico Cox Innovation and creative thinking with few resources
Jon Burgerman The Art of Doodling
Jon Burgerman Q&A with Jon Burgerman
Jon Burgerman 30 second pitches
Jon Burgerman Live performance by Jerron Herman
Rachel McKinley "Craft (chocolate) and Creativity"
Rachel McKinley Craft, (Chocolate), & Creativity
You can see stuff that you see everyday, use your brain to sort of bend the world around you and make it something else.
Allow your imagination to be a raw material.
You need to say, 'This is a period of time in which I am going to try and make something.' If you don't do that, then how are you going to make anything?
Why is it great to create? Because it's enjoyable. It's fun making stuff—you start with nothing and end up with something else. Being creative opens up new ideas, exercises our brain, and makes us feel good.
I like to say that I haven't sold my soul, I merely licensed it.
A doodle is a quick, fun idea.
Doodling, for me, is thinking and making at the same time.
You can doodle with sound! It doesn't have to be an image. It can be a noise, a melody. It's about playing around with something.
A doodle is when you're making something intuitively and you're not quite sure what it's going to be, but you feel good about what it is you're doing.
I would choose graft over craft. It's about making stuff.
I'm not really sure I'm down with craft that much. I'm a little bit anti-craft. I think we should switch out skills for ideas.