Damien Aresta et Pierre Smeets La part cachée du travail graphique
John O'Callaghan Hidden
Robin Cox Q&A – Hidden
Karim Estefan Hidden behind the metaphor
Ghost Patrol Hidden
Aaron Kohn Creative's Alibis Hidden African stories
Sanna Tomac Sanna Tomac
Premjit Ramachandran Hidden in Hinterland
Eric Cheng Eric Cheng and hidden ocean worlds
Matthew Hoffman CM Chicago - Close Up's
Kevin Ou The Lumenere Group
Bob Boilen Find the Hidden
Bója Šulc Hidden puppet artist
Izar Lunaček Izar Lunaček
Cecylia Malik Kraków ukryty
Camila Ramos Hidden! Sources
Lance Humphries Hidden in Plain Sight: Details of Baltimore's Washington Monument
Réka Bucsi Réka Bucsi
Joshua Gott Discover Your Truth & Tell Your Story
Benjamin Lee Hidden Gems of Oslo
Becas The man behind the scene
Cole NeSmith Hidden Forces at Work
Bruno Aveillan Beauty By Bruno
Celery Productions Revealing the Hidden Auckland
Robin Cox A City Made by People
Nacho Villoch La Aventura de Innovar
Dilmana Yordanova Hidden beneath the surface
Federico Zayas Millán Lo escondido y tú
Aaron Hillegass Big Nerd Ranch
Matthew Hoffman You Are Beautiful
Drew Gneiser The Hidden Stories of Poverty
Hillerbrand + Magsamen Exploring the Suburban Fluxus
Aaron Kohn Creatives' Alibis
Ruthie Lindsey Watching beauty spill out of brokenness
Christian Ysla Lo oculto y la improvisación
Lance Humphries (Q&A) Hidden in Plain Sight: Details of Baltimore's Washington Monument
Holly Andres Photographer
Kelly Reid Little Raleigh Radio
Cori Moore Think With Your Hands
Lead Pencil Studio Half Light
Laurie Frick Data Artist
Anelia Varela Anelia Varela
Francisco Sanchez Writin' a Hidden Art
Cori Moore Think With Your Hands
Jens Lennartsson EYE AM
Dustin Yellin Q+A
Dustin Yellin Pioneer Works
Andrew Novick Hidden
Siobhan Vivian Author
Wendell Phillips Clinton and the Kid
Wendell Phillips Hidden in photography
Melissa Price Hidden
Karim Estefan Invitación al próximo #CMBog
Wendell Phillips Wendell Phillips: March 7 Teaser
Every word is an opportunity.
We just danced out in the front to get excited, listen to a little Kanye, its good!
We see people's work, their creativity. We compliment it, we like it, we ask them to make more but that doesn't mean we know the story
It's an important lesson - Everyone has a story to tell
Ask me - Ask me who I am. Ask me what I do. How we can connect. How we can start a conversation.
It's selfish to hide.
Go forward, find the hidden.
It's really important in all of our lives, in what we do, we treat each other fairly and we give each other a chance; and we see the hidden talent in the person you work with, in your mother and father, in your your kids...
Le graphiste ne se cache pas. Même s’il essaye de se cacher, c’est impossible.
Le travail se trouve là-dedans, dans les détails qu’il peut y avoir dans le fait de régler une typo et de maitriser une typo. C’est un travail considérable.
Un bon graphiste n’a pas peur d’être invisible dans le résultat final.
Its okay to be divisive, and sometimes a really good personality does that. If 50% of the people hate you, thats okay if [the other] 50% of people *really* love you.
The thing to realise is that you can be serious without being formal. There is a time and a place to be serious and a lot of brands have to be serious all the time, but you don't have to be corporate or formal or boring, you can still be engaging and interesting.
The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain.
If you leave here today remembering just one thing, remember this: Every word is an opportunity!
Sorry gorgeous I'm taken.
... and we even write little poems that go up the sides of Guinness bottles.
There's a rule for those of us who hunt for critters. That rule is: hairy is cool and rare. Anything you see that is hairy is going to excite a diver.
When I first took the camera under water, I derailed my life.
Part of being a good artist, or even a good human, is to travel more.
You don't know the things that I've turned down or said no to to pursue this kind of work.
I don't feel like I ever have to doctor my work to fit in or compromise for money or gratitude.
For some people [becoming a great painter] is about selling lots of paintings or fitting into a genre or even training towards that. None of that interests me. I just like making things I like. It's just a coincidence that people even like it.
Find beauty in hidden spaces.
People will get on board with a good idea.
Sometimes, we don't know all of these hidden backstories. All it takes is looking at something a little bit differently and trying to find out more. Sometimes it changes your life!
What is hidden in people?
I don't know what it is about people who see things in other people that don't see in themselves.
It was the beginning of the punk movement in the seventies. One day, I just decided to quit it all.
We all try to figure out what we want to do with our lives. I thought you went to school and found out what you do, then do it. Does that happen to anybody?
Para encontrar cosas nuevas, necesito buscar dónde no pensé que podría encontrarlo.
¿Qué es un jóven? Jóven es de mi edad para abajo. No importa la edad que yo tenga.
Life is an improvisation.
As creatives, we invest more into the things that we create for other people than we do in our own lives.
I believe firmly that everyone, all of us, are going to end up somewhere. Very few of us will end up there on purpose.
If you don't know what your truth is and you're not aligning your life to that truth every day, there's no telling where your story could take you.
Life as we know it is the story that we tell each and every single day, as we reveal our most important truths to the people who matter most to us.
Why don't we start trusting our clients as much as we wish they trusted us?
None of us know what we're doing.
We search for hidden truths and try to communicate those truths through story.
All I know is, I want to communicate meaning in this world, and I'm going to figure it out as I go.
Whenever you're changing scenery, whether short term or long term, you're stepping out of your comfort zone. Everything is new. Everything is unknown.
Creativity is more than coming up with ideas.
City trips are just like one night stands.
Creativity is not waiting for opportunities to happen, it's trying to create them.
If anybody ever says to you, 'You guys should do a kickstarter!' you need to stop, put your hands on their shoulders and say, 'have you ever done a kickstarter?' because it is the most consuming undertaking ever.
For the longest period of time — I think it was a good year and a half — we were struggling. We got caught up in what I call the infinite to-do list: cross one out, add five.
It's a creative thing, and like any creative thing, it's birthed from passion. Passion is fueled by this idea that you have to do this — you want to do this...
As humans, what we do is we create and we consume; so we create things and we take things away.
Si ya se que no tengo algo , entonces es mas facil que lo encuentre.
Es mentira que las cosas deberian ser dificiles, no es cierto, las cosas deben ser divertidas.
Carreteras conocidas no nos llevarán a lugares desconocidos.
In some way or another, we all hide. Use this as a excuse to share, to be human to each other, and to stop hiding.
I want this idea to become a household name. I don't care if my name is remembered, but the idea of it. The idea of being more human to each other to become so ingrained that it's human nature.
If you can't openly share all of you, you can't really be yourself.
It's really fun to develop a narrative. It's like peeling back the layers of an onion.
We liked that we were doing work about this accumulation of stuff, and then making it into art, and then sending it back to Walmart.
Maybe the whole part of all this data tracking is to understand this part of ourselves that we don't know.
Art makes data sticky. It gets you to look.
What I started to realize was that my data added up to a picture of me, this part of me that is hidden, this part of me that I don't notice or see, that was maybe richer and more complex and more interesting than I could even remember about myself.
I make work out of measurements.
It's easy to feel bitterness and lead with your pain, but then that's how people see you. My pain and my brokenness are a part of my story, but they don't define me anymore.
I started looking for beauty all around me.
I thought I was going to die.
That was the first time in my life that I really saw beauty and redemption come out of something broken because I discovered I am a creative.
Make the invisible visible.
I want you to use all six of these bricks to build ducks.
Academia has become so specialized. People are sitting right next to each other and they're not talking to each other.
I was in love with it like a girl. I couldn't sleep at night. I would walk by it and stare at it.
There was one problem. I was going to die. Resin is dangerous.
Don't hide. Go get more.
We're always looking for ways, externally, to figure out who we are.
What I started to realize was that this added up to a picture of me: this part of me that's hidden, this part of me that I don't notice or see that was maybe richer, and more complex, and more interesting than I could even remember about myself.
Sometimes an artist can anticipate a scientific breakthrough because they notice something that’s true and real.
Everything that you do, you don’t hide, all that stuff comes back. Everything comes back into play.
Graffiti is the pit bull of the art world. It's misunderstood. It's admired from afar but feared.
People who practice graffiti or take part in the culture, we call each other 'writers'... we say 'what do you write?.' The word itself translates to 'writing'.
This is about hidden talents, hidden source of ideas, but also about this hidden tacit knowledge you release when you start manipulating things with your hands.
Creativity is something you can do in a number of ways.
Build as many different ducks as you can … you’ve got 2 minutes … GO!
Give your brain a hand, get in the zone, give ideas a body.
Everything we know is hidden.