Siobhan Burger Matching Businesses with The Art World
Alba Esteve Ruiz Alba Esteve Ruiz
Franko Rosas Franko Rosas
Elisa Martín Garijo Elisa Martín Garijo
Xavier Ruffin Finding Fantasy
James Cheshire Where the Animals Go
Anthea Moys The circle of play
Anthea Moys Why wouldn't you want to come and play?
Liang-Yun Wang Liang-Yun Wang
Stéphane Cardin La recette du jeu For Honor d'Ubisoft
Heath Nash Fantasy
Stéphane Cardin SHORT Think Outside the Gantt Chart
Jefferson Perky Fantastic Truths and Real Life Fantasies
Adam Kilbourn Fantasy
Bharath Mohan Fantasy with TV Advertisements
Ammar Sabban Ammar Sabban Fantasy
Rafa Armero Fantasía con Rafa Armero
Tami Dixon Producing Artistic Director
Nicole Tung Photography and War
Joël Vegt Mixing fantasy and reality in photography
Kauser Razvi Lessons Learned In Bringing Fantasy to Life
penny lee Turning your fantasies into creative
Alexis Montclaire Living in a Fantasy World
Alessia Di Bari Fantasías sexuales: mitos y realidades
Kat Corbet How Fantasy Saved My Life
Randy J. Hunt Q&A
Martin Nothhelfer Making fantasy a tangible experience
Courtney Martin Reinventing the American Dream
Randy J. Hunt How Design Enables Fantasies to Become Real
Christopher Ouellette Our Laboratory for Being Human
Sharona Eliassaf Sharona Eliassaf
Allen Christian Collective Creativity (+Q&A)
Flavia Gasi Flavia Gasi
Lucia Nolasco Cajahuaringa Fantasía según Lu Nolasco
Lee Francis Fantasy, Dreams, and the Building of a New Reality
Alison Pickett & POLO Alison Picket & POLO on FANTASY
Dan Lyons Dan Lyons on Fantasy
Baschi Seelhofer Von einem der auszog, die Welt zu ändern
Alan Graham Community Builder & Visionary
Adi Panuntun In the world of nine sunshines, this is your Reality in Fantasy
Ben Tesseur Beast Animation - Stopmotion Animatie
Sorina Vazelina Sorina's creative fantasies
Jiří Charvát FANTASY is the only limit of our reality
Eva Mohr Eva Mohr
Hasani Claxton Fantasy QA
Hasani Claxton Fantasy
Gertrud Peters Gertrud Peters
Lisa Eldred Outdoor Fantasy at The Gardens
Julio Serrano Julio Serrano
Juliana Franklin Juliana Franklin
Lara O'Brien Lara O'Brien - Magic
Sandrine et Olivier Boulet Sandrine et Olivier Boulet
Heidi Van FANTASY
Birgit Gebhardt Birgit Gebhardt
Mandy Smith Paper Fantasy Worlds
Mandy Smith Q&A
Emily Belden What's Your Fanta-ta-sy?
Joe Talbot Fantasy & Reality in Movies
Risto Kuulasmaa Risto Kuulasmaa
Thom Barnett Life in a creative world.
Tim O'Toole & Will Ritter Fantasy vs. Reality
Afra Noubarzadeh Limit your reality
Mihail Dimov Spilling fantasy into our lives
Ben Forman Ben Forman
Cole Wiser Fantastically Real
Asger Johansen Designing a board game
Dean Jacobs Fantasy to Reality
Pat Henry Pat Henry
Kat Corbet The Manequin Challenge
Justinas Jakštonis Act without expectation (LT)
Jodi Terwilliger Jodi Terwilliger
Gerardo Shulman Gerardo Shulman
Brooks Peck Brooks Peck
Graham Brown Fantasy is My Favorite Work
Ramona Lindsey The Table: More Than a Fantasy
Анастасия Нуржинская Fantasy for good: creative social communications
Kurt Royan CreativeMornings x Breeder ident
tiffani moore The Fantasy Factor
David Green David Green
Aparna Dial Smart Columbus
Jaysin Brunner Creating Fantasy
Chad Littlefield The Fantasy of Collaboration
Sasibai Kimis Fantasy
Johannes Ippen A Fantastic Journey Through Experience Design or: How to be Irresistible.
Kim Parati The Tale of Oparatis
Patricia Barker Grand Rapids Ballet Company
Hamish Purdy Fantasy in Film
Brandon Harvey Director of Solutions, Oblong Industries
You define your reality by the others, by how you see them, and by how they see you.
It [the fantasy] gives you the opportunity to escape.
We have many speeches and not conversations, because to have conversations you have to be vulnerable.
When you talk about fantasy, the chance you have of creating absolutely anything is 100% valid.
Waking up and living is making text every day.
"Desde que fui mamá, volví a ser niña"
If you've been somebody in your past life, it's very humbling.
I always consider the audience as one of the biggest pieces in creating a production. Because we can do all that work and all that preparation and create this whole thing that we can put on the stage, but if nobody comes to see it, then it really has no impact.
Once you step on that stage you really are in a whole another world and it really takes something to do that, to throw your head over the wall and jump off that cliff and to make yourself that vulnerable, but it's absolutely exhilarating and when it does happen, you are not only creating the fantasy, you actually become it.
When you think you are at full capacity, remember that you are actually just full of capacity.
J.R.R. Tolkien said that Fantasy is the "back door to your heart." Your willing to explore ideas that may not be safe. There is a very scary political climate right now, but if we start discussing the dark lord Sauron and how he took over Middle Earth, we can actually have a safe conversation in a mirror world.
Fantasy is another place we can go where we can explore ideas, where we can explore feelings, where we can explore things that may not be safe in our world.
Fantasy isn't really for children, because they don't need it...Fantasy is really for us for whom the blade is really dulled and need to be reminded that this world is magical.
Homer used artistic license very openly in The Iliad. Even questioned his entire culture.
That's what Fantasy does - it reminds us of how magical the world that we live in is.
Greek mythology...is a soap opera.
What's the point of Fantasy? Ultimately it's about the question: "What does the fact that we are going to die, no matter how strong we are, have to do with how we live life?"
The amount of money, effort, man-hours that went into Batman Vs Superman - to put Gilgamesh on tablet, it was a similar endeavor.
Fantasy has been something that has existed in humanity for all time, almost unchanged.
What are the fundamentals of your craft? And how can you give yourself class to hone them each day?
Ballet is essentially a craft of meticulous, consistent, constant physical conditioning.
If you think you're a failure, I've got some good news for you: you might be a success by standards you haven't yet honored.
It started with one human being, LOVE LOVE LOVE. Stirring the pot.
There is a power greater than all the world's leaders combined that is still in charge of this universe.
What are mistakes anyway? We all make them right? Some might argue, that its one way of learning how to not do something. But it can also be an invitation to other possibilities.
The first step is to think big, imagine, dream, have a vision!
With all these limitations, what could I possibly do?
I really love circles and squares
Get out there and start creating, and try stuff, and find people who want to get into the space and fail and move on and imagine.
The whole point of being a storyteller or a creator is to effect change or to create an emotion or build feeling in people, and there’s no better way to do that than through virtual reality.
Dreams without action is just a distraction.
I have dance parties by myself often.
The fantasy factor only works if you work for it
I am a fan of improbable things
Fantasy knows when to play the hits.
We need things that last through the evening. And that you think about tomorrow and that you have nightmares about tonight.
Fantasy needs a concept... If you're just selling widgets, stop. We need no more products. We need concepts.
Sometimes you gotta twist the prompt to make it fit your fantasy work.
One person's fantasy is another person's god awful noise.
Dreams require hard work, persistence, determination, and strategy. Are we the creatives willing to fight for our dream?
Creative power allows us to think beyond perceived limits. Our out-of-the-box reality gives people the safety and freedom to simply be.
Giving people access to art empowers them to alter their own thinking. Altered thinking leads to lasting change.
Our stories can not be limited to the space in our museums. We can become street curators taking art places where no museums exist.
Our financial investments through memberships and donations to cultural institutions demonstrating a commitment to an exclusive voice become a powerful weapon for confronting racism, sexism, misogyny, homophobia, and xenophobia.
When leaders of established cultural institutions fail to adjust their systems to provide access to everyone, it is our responsibility to disrupt the system.
Our dream is to create cultural institutions that are as diverse inside as the world outside.
A homogeneous world is a fantasy. Nature is diversity. And creatives are the purveyors of culture.
Are we willing to share our platforms to give other creatives a strong voice?
My fantasy for all creatives is to claim our rightful place at the table, and if the table isn't open then we create our own.
Our art is as essential to life as food, shelter, and clothing.
Creatives are the ones able to think of new things and make new ways. We challenge ideas and expand minds, and our creation is the power to unify our divide.
If impossible is potential, then fantasy becomes a dream. And a dream is an attainable goal that requires hard work, persistence, determination, and strategy.
For many, it's a life-long quest to have a seat at the table. And instead of us receiving an invitation to join, we hear a determined voice that there is no room.
Out there is where all the great ideas are—giving other people the chance to give input.
Being able to discover what makes you happy is a very important thing.
Most of my life changing moments were routed in a fantasy world.
Fun experiences need to be designed. And your users need to be guided through them
Fun experiences will speak to you like human beings.
Let’s do a little experiment: Confetti Cannon 🎉🎉🎉