Esteban Menis Deformar la realidad
Seth Labenz Seth Labenz
Max Matus Max Matus
Wade Jeffree The reality of creative companionship
Agi Haines Redesigning the Human Body
Sharayna Christmas Q&A: Speaking on Reality
Sharayna Christmas Speaking on Reality
Anila Rubiku Picasso's Bike (Audio Only)
Danielle McDaniel The reality of being an artist
Luca Della Grotta | Marco Bersani Creazioni digitali della realtà.
Ben Brownback Reality
Tommaso Magio Reality and Realities, the designer point of view.
Dimitri Sakelaropolus Jangojim
Konstantin Mitgutsch Konstantin Mitgutsch
Zoe De Luca Zoe De Luca
Joelle Tremblay Joelle Tremblay
Will Altman Wrangle Your Superficial Fears
Joana Nogueira & Patrícia Rodrigues On capturing reality with animation
Mayra Fonseca Mayra Fonseca
Mayra Fonseca Mayra Fonseca
Jeff Fitzsimmons Blurring Boundaries: Reality
Carlos Alarcón Carlos Alarcón
Meltem Arikan Meltem's Reality
Christopher LaMarca Preparing for long-form doc filmmaking
Christopher LaMarca Emotional accuracy through nonfiction storytelling
Tami VandenBerg Tami VandenBerg
Levent Erden Levent Erden
Gareth Pon Reality Check
Tori Wiggins Tori Wiggins
Gareth Pon Reality check, teaser
Fernando Rascón Fernando Rascón
Ioana Calen On creating your own reality
Roberto Romero Pérez Roberto Romero Pérez
Anthony Lucero Q&A with Anthony Lucero
Bethany Koby Technology Will Save Us
David Bondarchuck My Reality in Catering and Decorating
William Lim William Lim on REALITY
Lorenzo Piemonti The Illusion of Reality
Angad Bhalla The Deeper They Bury Me
Gautam Narula Gautam Narula on Reality
Anthony Lucero The Ups & Downs of Making East Side Sushi
Chris Crisman Reality
Jean-François St-Onge Jean-François St-Onge
Ana Victoria Calderon Reality of an illustrator artist (cc)
Steve and Anne Truppe Tru Studio
Pete Thomas Reality
Lisa Congdon My Process For Making A Book
Violeta Garín Violeta Garín
Andy Davies Andy Davies
Ana Cardoso Mamãe é Rock
D.S. Kinsel Creative Entrepreneur and Cultural Agitator
Chung Lee Chung Lee
Paule Rochette Paule Rochette
claudio celestino dimas claudio celestino dimas
Adriana Skálová What is a good end of human life?
Chen Lizra How to Connect The Dots & Find Your Life's Purpose
Jon Reiling The reality of talking with clients
Rick Hayward & Emily Devers Reality with Frank and Mimi
Reyes Padilla The Reality of Making Your Life as an Artist
Jamie MacDonald Playing with reality
Jamie MacDonald Importance of LARP
Laura Bermúdez La Ilusión de la Realidad
André Kassu André Kassu
Sanne Kabalt Sanne Kabalt
Sanne Kabalt Q&A
Tanja de Bie I am not an entrepreneur
Carlos Carlín Carlos Carlín, así de simple
Jonathan Cutrell Reality and Time
Celeste Headlee Reality
Kathrin Tiedemann Nadine Vollmer "Forum Freies Theater und Impulse Theater Festival"
Sarah Lane Vice President of Original Content, Comic-Con HQ
Martichka Bozhilova The reality of facts VS the reality of emotions
Min Huna Re-defining the Reality of Community Work
Wes Sam-Bruce Approaching Mystery & Acting Poetically.
Stefan Mumaw Reality
Sérgio Oliveira The future of virtual reality
Jeff Stern Going on a Digital Fast
Matthias Günther Matthias Günther
Daniela Arguelo Daniela Arguelo
Derrick Feldmann The Reality of Social Movements
Robert Han 2016 May Reality
Jamie MacDonald One minute with Jamie
Richard Albert Richard Albert
Gert Johan Manschot Painter
Dave Christopher Present Realities & Creative Outlets
Antonio Bechtle Virtual realities (ENG)
Kelly Lewis Embracing Reality
Jedidiah Gant Jedidiah Gant - Reality
Melizarani T.Selva Reality of a Poet
Justin Childress Head, Hands, Heart & Voice
Karsten Khadrawi Images are not always as they seem
d'Arcy Lunn The New Reality of Combating Poverty
Shachi Kurl Reality of Public Policy
Cameron Garrity Big Bird & Belle Made Me a 'Real Adult'
Kathrin Passig Available next year: Crowdfunding
Susan Cernyak-Spatz "Creeping Realities"
Saad Khan Reality
I think you need to make space. Physical space creates mental space.
To be successful as a creator I think you have to trust yourself.
I think list making is really really important, and putting down a kind of vision. Because once you’ve put it down there it makes it much more tangible and much more likely to become a reality.
If there are things that you don’t like doing, find someone who likes doing those things and work with them.
It’s a great job to be a designer. I think it’s transformative, and the aspect that you can create these realities is really exciting.
I think that’s fundamental to everything I’ve ever done, is having a belief that you can do it without necessarily having the skills to do it.”
How real do you think a social media profile should be?We kind of edit and curate the realities we show people all the time.
We kind of edit and curate the realities we show people all the time.
What's interesting about pseudonyms is that they kind of give you a little bit of anonymity, so you can hide behind it.
Design is kind of like a fiction, it's like storytelling. And when we design we create a version of reality.
The idea of what reality is is kind of critical to what designers do.
What we perceive as reality is different for all of us.
There's no such thing as reality.
We should think freely by breaking the imposed thought patterns.
Creatives and artists should create without worrying about what reality is.
We have a gift to create every moment of our lives.
Reality is not real, it's all about our perception.
People are afraid of nakedness because nakedness means transparency which is why societies seek to cover up.
We construct the reality according to our own perception and feelings.
We can actually create every moment of our lives, if we stop taking people and their judgments so seriously.
When the White House calls him again and he's working at McDonalds, "Hey David, are you busy?" , and David replied with "Hi, Hey, ah no, what's going on? 'meanwhile I've got buzzers going off, I have BBQ lady over her, my boss is going, get off the phone…' ".
“Nosotros tendemos a decir frases como: “Claro por eso el país está como está”, “Por eso no avanzamos”; cuando la clave para sobrellevar nuestra realidad es haciendo las cosas.
“A la realidad peruana, que no es peor que otras, hay que sobrevivirla con humor, con buen ánimo y con creatividad”
“Recuperé mi vocación, mis ganas, la alegría de poder hacer lo que hago, creer en lo hago y de lo que soy”
“Mi realidad es el juego”
“Nunca debí de traicionar mi esencia, que es la de jugar”
If you're given a gift you've got to take it, you've got to own it, you've got to open it up, you've got to play with it, maybe break it so you learn how to fix it.
If you're going to do work that matters to you and possibly even the rest of the world, then you're going to have to learn to dance with the fear.
Whatever it is that makes you nervous and holds you back, make it a point to face it.
Discipline is a part of the creative process.
A few words about investing in yourself...
“Creo que no solo en lo material sino lo que no vemos, lo que está en nuestro cerebro.“
“A lo que voy es que no hay que rendirse. Así no salgan las cosas hay que ir detrás de los sueños y aprender de las experiencias de los demás.”
Remember that a community with problems is different from a problem community.
I love being told what I cannot say because I will find a hundred different ways to say it anyway because you told me what I cannot say but you never told me how I should not say it. And that is the power of an artist.
You are a vessel of stories. Your duty is to deliver the story. Your poem is bigger than yourself.
It's not about how loud your voice is or how quiet your voice is, the point is you have a voice and you need to use it.
I've gone so far as to describe designers as the professionally curious.
At the end of the day "No matter where you work, underneath it all... there are people."
Reality is subjective, but it is malleable. If you want to reshape it, you have to use your own hands.
Sometimes we're fortunate enough to make our own worlds and create our own realities.
Make a squad. Find conspirators.
Build a team. Have collaborators. Get feedback. Try stuff and share stuff.
After you establish your identity, don't work in a cave.
We, as people, are supremely influenced by our environments. Whether we admit or not, they play a massive role in who we are and where we come from... Space matters.
Work in a cave.
My childhood was an incubator for creativity.
"Darnos cuenta qué es lo que Honduras necesita para cambiar."
"El autoconocimiento es imprescindible."
"Nos cuesta ver la realidad."
Be willing to talk to people that don't agree with you.
Never be afraid to ask the question.
Our favourite clients are when we turn the client into a friend.
There’s no one better set up to carry a message than a creative person – it’s our duty and responsibility to do that.
Learn how to strategically say no.
The market doesn’t define your creative realm, you define it.
Punching people in the face with a pillow.
Brisbane. Far out we are shit hot at the moment!
Fast, quality, cheap; Pick two. Anymore than that and you're tipping the scales in the wrong direction.
Mass produced and ultra cheap is my least favourite combo.
We filled out the negative space with positive outcomes.
Every time you're saying no you're saying yes to something else.
More often than not it's what you don't choose as a creative that ripples out and has the most effect.
Anything that you say no to makes more room for the right people to say yes to.
From the beginning we strategically said no to things.
One of the greatest things about being a creative and running your own pursuit is you have the ability to say no.
Alter other people's reality.
High contrast for high impact.
Through our artwork we realised that there is duality in life and in everything we do and we investigate that through our work.
Tip the scales away from security and more towards personal growth and personal success.
Art impacts our emotions more effectively than statistics and news reports.
When I'm painting something that I care deeply about, I want you to feel the same way.
The things that we get emotional about, we want other people to get emotional about.
We take action and make decisions based on our emotions.
I only want to work with people who wear beanies.
For us to thrive we need to see new spaces. We need to be stimulated by new environments.
White toast and peanut butter can only get you so far!
That's the joy of choosing your own path.
We're not working to live but living to work.
We're meeting [our clients] at their dream with our creative response.
We don't work for you, we work with you. It's a collaborative pursuit.
What is is that we want to say to the world?
The creative business model definitely differs from the classic.
There is significant value in curating your output.
If we’re trained to focus on the things that are missing, it’s very easy to overlook the things that you've already accomplished.
"I want to consider the inherent advantage that we have over machines. That is the uniquely human potential to care strongly about the things we make."
"Far too seldom, we give ourselves the margin necessary for flexibility, growth, and rest."
If a tree falls in the woods and no one tweets about it, does it make a sound?
There's the reality of what is physically going on, but then there's what your brain is doing. And in many ways, that's REALLY your reality.
Life is Multi-Disciplinary.
Continually refine your craft through practice, repetition, love and mistakes.
You just say yes to things.