Víctor Manuel García ¿Dónde nace la magia?
Jon Flannery Jon Flannery
Gjergj Prevazi about Magic
Gerbrand van Melle Hidden Magic
Daff Schneydher ¿Dónde está el conejo?
Lily Clayton Hansen A Conversation on Magic
Chris Naylor Chris Naylor
Oscar Méndez Reciclar para construir
Martin van der Molen and Silas Nout Skilled magicians
Janice Claxton Accidental Audiences
Jack Elkins Innovation
veronika bartosch Q&A
SunSets Bmore SunSets: The Magic of Space
Foi Jimenez Jurado Foi Jimenez Jurado
Balqis Alrashed Balqis Alrashed
veronika bartosch Multisensory design
Kubilay Tunçer Kubilay Tunçer on Magic
Kareem Tabsch The Magic Guarantee
Samuel Matteau Samuel Matteau
Riccardo Gazzaniga La magia è nel racconto
Kit Palaskas Creativity, Burnout and Business
Kara Mulrooney The Magic of Cinema
Madhuri Aggarwal Magic with food
Paul McAleer Creative Magic
Rebecca Ussai Rebecca Ussai
Kevin Sanders Magic
Merav Schaham Music inspires Illustration
Daniel Mattos Smile Flame
Justin Sight Justin Sight Q&A
Justin Sight The Magical Journey of a Blind Magician in NYC
Michaela Lindinger Michaela Lindinger
gabriela werner A Magia dos Negócios de Impacto
Steve Hackman Let's talk about Magic
DIEGO WINBURN Cree en tu magia.
Allen Lin 2016 Sep. Magic
Anthea Poulos A Magic advert
Andrés De España La Magia
Rodrigo Cunha Magic - Setembro 2016
Anthea Poulos Capturing magic
Александр Акименко Магія створення прибуткових медіа в Україні
Janne Willems Seize your moments
Saira & Khurram The mind is a magical tool.
Marcos Abollado La mirada del mago
Pol Huiprasert Magic Concerts
Kurt Dalsgaard The magic of coffee
james talbot Mixed Media Artist
Aaron Rayburn Aaron Rayburn
Audience Takes the Stage Audience on Magic!
Nathan Beck Creating Magic In Small Moments
May-Li Khoe Connecting the Unexpected
Fellesverkstedet Making Shit Magic
Carlos Nash La magia del canal IPe
Silvie Moors The magic of books
Jack Holmer Magic
Matthew Trinetti The Magic of Being Human
Adrian Damian Creating magic on theatre stage
Alex Gee Magic Q&A
Alex Gee Your magic power is you.
Josephine Lawrence Josephine Lawrence on MAGIC
jeevak badve Magic: It's Harder to See When it's Everywhere
Adriana Camarena Adriana Camarena
David Kwong Magician, puzzle creator, writer, and producer
Marina Esmeraldo ¡La magia de trabajar online para un mundo entero!
Kevin Gillese Kevin Gillese
Cicely Mitchell Cicely Mitchell - Magic
Zane Adams Magic: The Alchemy of Brands
Marcela Correia -
Alex Gee Magic Icebreakers
Martina Blažková Tha MAGIC behind a good athlete.
Seven Imagination is Magic
Kristine Klanderud La Magia que todos llevamos dentro.
Oriol Tomas À la recherche de notre part d'humanité
Mark Wrigley The magic of serendipity
Enna Grazier Food of the Gods
Arno Selhorst Arno Selhorst
scott b davis Making the Invisible, Visible.
George Webber Capturing a Magical Moment
Georgi Hristov The magic around us
Simran Thadani The Magic of Books
Gediminas Tamulynas The magic and power of stories (LT)
Pete Cowdin MAGIC
Lucia Neare Lucia Neare
Alex Gee Alex Gee - Magic Icebreaker
Januarie York Magic
Thorsten Happel Harry Houdini
Julie Schenkelberg Julie Schenkelberg
Jason Jacobs Founder & CEO Runkeeper
Hannah Lo Revelations on Magic by Hannah Lo
Bryan Todd Chase The Magic
sanna mander sanna mander
Peter Varga Magic - Humans of Dublin
Petra Benach Find Your Glitter
Jason Lefton Magic = Perception + Delight
Ben Shaw Tattoos in Your Everyday
William Watt Abracadabra
Jens Pohl Creating Magic
Gabe Michael Kenney Installations to Investigate the Strange
alad saladin How To Make Almost Anything
Martin A. Ciesielski Magic Money, Magic Data
James Roberts The Real Magic in Business
Ivan Engler «Magic» by Ivan Engler
Ksenia Dubrovskaya Die Magie der Leichtigkeit
Suzie Ford Magic Is Brewing
Kirby Brown Magic Through Play
Kirby Brown Teaser :Building Playgrounds and Magic
hacer cualquier tipo de construcción, siempre pensando en los que no tienen casi recursos y a eso es lo que conceptos plásticos llama magia
Connect the unconnected; connect the unexpected.
We have to learn something new... and fail and fail and fail and then learn from the failing.
What's important is that we get ideas out of people's mind and they start producing them, so that those ideas have chance to affect the world that surrounds us.
Don't sacrifice who you are, or your family, or those who are most important to you for what it is that you dream about.
It makes you realize that we actually have, for lack of a better term, energy that we share back and forth between each other.
I really believe that one of the most important and special things you can do for another human being is to remember their name.
I honestly think in doing this business and wanting to focus on the human aspect of what makes life interesting and what makes life really special, I kind of liked being surprised by fame, a little bit.
How do you create something that transcends being the next best thing?
Any environment: design, architecture, construction, restaurants, food trucking, can have those opportunities to create those moments, you just have to be conscious for them.
How cool would that be? When you walk up and you leave feeling better about yourself than when you walked up, and really all you got out of it was a hotdog, maybe a bag of chips, and a drink.
You shared something from your heart with that person, and that person was affected by what you shared; that's creating magic in really small moments.
I've learned the value of collaboration and being less controlling, and allowing the space to just be whatever that space is gonna be.
Nia is always saying, 'It's okay, we're learning. It's fine.' So, I'm learning to adapt that mentality...just let go. And release myself from the bondage of worry and perfection, and always ask for help when I need it.
Things just happen. You have to learn to roll with the punches and just relax.
We also learned a ton, this past year. I know I have learned the virtue of just calming the fuck down. It's important.
It's very much a testament to how far you can go with just a dollar and a dream.
Just because it is magical or seems magical, it doesn't necessarily mean it is perfect.
Sí tenemos que hacer cosas que no nos gustan para darnos cuenta de lo que sí queremos hacer.
No podía seguir dedicando toda mi energía, tiempo y pasión a algo que no me gustaba.
“IPE, de alguna manera, representa para mí mi momento mágico (…)” “Nuestra responsabilidad -desde IPE para ustedes, digamos- es hacer que nuestra programación, nuestro contenido, sea un momento mágico para los que nos ven.”
“IPE, de alguna manera, representa para mí mi momento mágico (…)”
“Que todo el mundo, cuando vea IPE, sienta que las cosas pueden cambiar, se pueden hacer mejor, y que hay espacio para hacerlo.”
“Nosotros ya nos cansamos un poco de lo aspiracional (…). Queremos ser inspiracionales : poner cosas en la pantalla, que la gente las vea y diga “wow, eso me inspira a mí a hacer algo”.”
“Sentimos que tenemos una responsabilidad muy grande por la gente que nos ve.”
“En el momento en el que me crucé con IPE, me di cuenta de que había un lugar con ciertos principios y valores, que yo podía hacer míos y que no quería dejar.”
“La magia, más que un truco, son momentos.”
Hey, it is time to become something bigger. It is time to flower. It is time to learn what it is you are meant to become, what it is that you are meant to flower into.
Society is stuck in perpetual adolescence.
We are that terrible part of creation that can not only refuse our flowering, but not even be sure of what we're meant to flower into.
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?
What would happen if we broke down these walls? If we made space for people to be their whole selves, especially at work.
Revere the nature is deep down make a reverence for ourselves.
Each molecule, each particles that are inside us are also in the universe in differents ways and, for me, this is the main magic that exist - the magic of life.
Things that we don't understand now relate with the stories that we have told to ourselves.
Magic is something that we don't understand.
There are people all over the world willing to pay to get a little slice of your experience. So cultivate it and give it to the world.
All of the experiences and knowledge and taste that you develop over your lifetime is what allows you to add magic to the world.
The world needs magic.
My magic power is me and your magic power is you.
When you show your appreciation for others you add value to yourself.
Even god had a day off on Sunday. So, take a fucking day off.
We're an overworked industry and sometimes you just need to take the time to reflect and gather your thoughts.
You don't have to be religious (and I'm not) to appreciate a day off.
There will be people in your life that mean well for you but nevertheless hold you back.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Three bad ideas are better than one good idea because it's likely that someone else will have had that one good idea also.
Three bad ideas are better than one good idea.
The ideas that you have that are bad, end up fertilising the good ones, because from dirt flowers grow.
The bad ideas end up fertilising the good ones.
If you're willing to make mistakes, you have to be willing to have a lot of bad ideas.
You can't really grow unless you're willing to make mistakes.
You have to fail to succeed and you have to be willing to accept failure.
There's a tendency as a creative to try and be perfect. But if you do that, you only ever achieve when you can envision.
It adds style to your work when you take risks.
Doing something that's uncomfortable, or that can fail, and taking risks - it makes your work and your life more exciting.
Obviously I spent a lot of time with Batman as a kid.
You can be a loner and still be successful.
Choose your heroes wisely because eventually you become them.
We all have the same amount of time but not everyone has the same amount of free time.
Experience is what sets you apart. Talent will only get you so far.
Talent without experience is worthless.
There are people younger, smarter, better, faster than you are. Unless you are open to listening to them and seeing them and understanding them, you'll never keep up.
Magic is those perfect moments of coincidence that allow something really special to happen or start
The creative work life requires faith—faith in our craft, faith in the process, and the most challenging of all, faith in ourselves.
It's almost like ideas seem to taunt us with their absence when we need them most.
...being flexible is what's going to happen. That's what is going to help you figure out any road that you're on.
You know that books are marks on black paper, that printed or handmade books are, in a sense, the essence of civilization because they have given us a tangible way to communicate with each other.
Be willing to learn in public.
In my writing, I prioritize my humanity and my willingness to show up as a human as more important than the medium itself. More important than the tools, the techniques, the medium, is choosing to show up as a human. As someone saying I don't have this all figured out, but here I am anyway.
So, wonder if this open state of mind that is best served by having a sense of curiosity rather than resistance to the unknown. When we embrace wonder we are willing to discover. Now being willing to wonder and ask questions... that's a big challenge.
It’s a part of being human. Is to not only acknowledge these big life questions but to say yes to them, even if they are scary to go into.
In my work, in my writing, I prioritise my humanity and my willingness to show up as a human as more important than the medium itself.
Books are marks on black paper and printed or handmade books are, in a sense, the essence of civilization because they have given us a tangible way to communicate with each other.
We can't always control the bad stuff. But we can continue to give ourselves new and wondrous experiences.
Recognize and give honor to the value of an experience that is entirely new. We are often afraid of new before it happens, but once it happens, we are changed.
There is really nothing like being part of a whole room full of people listening to a musician, or a story, or witnessing a piece of art. When we experience life through what others see & do, our own experience is validated and enriched.
One golden rule I've found important when living a creative life is when you sense something special, give chase. See it through.
Our job as creatives is not to make magic. Our job is to make, and make, and make, and make....and finally recognize when we've made something special or magic.
Chocolate triggers memories and daydreams. It allows us to connect with our animal senses. This taste experience can be felt in our bones...at the cellular level.
True magic doesn't require you to believe in magic. It's about recognizing and submitting to experiencing the unknown, and simultaneously it's our expansion of our awareness of what is known.
I've always been a day dreamer. I've always gazed into this abyss of the unknown and I find peace and solace in knowing that there is more possible and impossible than I could ever imagine. It continues to be my lifeline.
I was always aware a possibility of what was beyond. There is a vast unknown. And in this unknown is magic and potential.
You’d be surprised who’s watching and listening out there.
While the projects continue to get bigger and bigger still, I can’t say that my approach to work has changed much. I wake daily and I make the most of the time that’s given me.
My friend got me a bootleg copy of Photoshop and everything changed…How many design careers started with a bootleg copy of Photoshop?
What rituals do you partake in, that in turn, affect your life? What repetitive behaviors do you exhibit that show the rest of the world who you are, and what you do? What kind of spells do you cast? What kind of spells are you under?
"Abracadabra! - I will create as I speak." Learning about the history and origin of the famous phrase. Makes you think about the depth and hidden meanings in our everyday language.
Supernatural...is anything science can't explain yet.
Our work as creators is not to make magic. It is to make, and make, and make, and make and make. And recognize when we've made something special—something magic.
True magic doesn't require you to believe in magic, because it's an experience.
It is so easy to find inhumanity. It's not as easy to have somebody speak life into you. It's not as easy to get somebody to look at you and be like "I don't know you, I've never met you, but I absolutely guarantee you, you are magical."
Books allow you to communicate with the past in a way that very few other things, that are so easily accessible, allow you to.
They open a book and they are immediately taken somewhere; to a world far, far away.
“Why is it some people are luckier than others?...A starting point is curiosity."
En réalité, l'essentiel réside dans la qualité des être humains. Qu'on fasse du théâtre, de l'opéra ou de la mise en scène, le but est d'aller chercher chez chaque spectateur la part d'humanité que nous portons tous en nous.
I think dreaming is something you have to dare to do to be creative. And when you start to talk about your dreams and things start happening – that's what is magic for me.
When you are open and take the time to play, you will discover your voice.
No goals, no purpose, just exploration.
When we wonder and are open to discovery, we are flexible to the great unknown of our life.
Magic is something wonderful and exciting. It's an event and it's something that can stay with us.
Joy is my powerword, I charge my illustrations with joyfull energy
The sexiest sight on earth is blank paper
Be gracious, be humble, be driven, and be passionate about what you do. That's where the real magic happens.
"...to me, that is probably the most magical part about our business is the people, the way you can transform someone's minute.
"Plan B was definitely going to be plan A."