Salma Abdelrahman Creating Constructive Change
Ricardo Silva Ricardo Silva
Dom Streater Shock
Fiya Bruxa Fiya Bruxa
Miles Hull Miles Hull
Jose A González Todos somos buenos
Lia Copello SSShock
YashasMitta NaveedMulki Shock n Stories
Bruno de Campos Baldaia Shock as an important instrument
Tom Six Shock
Tom Six Q&A on Shock
Eugene Tan Eugene Tan
Benoit Chattaway Stepping back to better step in
Myret Zaki The shocking international monetary system needs a revolution!
Chip Allison Use Shock to be mentally free.
Christina Dy Shock Yourself!
Audrey Claire Johnson On Shock
Lea Rasovszky Art that shocks
Dennis & Kathy Barrie You Can't Do That
Michael Stausholm Planting a pencil
Андрей Бартенев Andrey Bartenev on SHOCK
Holly Bass Shock
Esteban Hernández Us or Chaos
John Vlismas Shock Teaser
John Vlismas Shock
Chrisolux Chrisolux Authentic Creative Voice
Douglas Young Douglas Young presents SHOCK
Brodie Lancaster The fear in a creative profession
Alix Bizet Hair Matter(s)
Gustav Egerstedt Saatchi & Saatchi
Jake Barton The Idea
Jake Barton Q+A
Rahim Blak Beyond Art
Doris Vickers Doris Vickers
Ryan Tanner Ryan Tanner
Gabriela Casartelli Express Yourself: Normal é Fantasia
Henry Riggs & Maari Suorsa Pre-Fabricated Shock
Garry Fraser Shock
Carson Brown Carson Brown
SP Invisível Choque - Outubro 2015 - Íntegra
Kenn McLaughlin Kenn McLaughlin
Dmitry Pryakhin SHOCK
Valent D. Soisuvarn "Shock" according to cultural and historical contexts within Playboy magazine
Adam Arnold On Shock
Marcelo Vidal Marcelo Vidal
Federica Araco Dallo Shock alla Resilienza
Gaya & Reiner Erlings The World of an Indie Recording Artist.
Ed Cooke Ed Cooke
Tom Lloyd Shocks
Avinash Changa Q&A
Avinash Changa Avinash Changa
Simon Jodoin On ne peut pas se choquer tous les jours
Javier Miyasato La nueva gastronomía limeña
Karin Zielinski La importancia del sonido
Jinsun Lee WAGL
Nate Stanton In Tune with Horror!
Dave Willis Shock
Mr. Kat El mundo de Mr. Kat
Dane Danner I'm An Illustrator Not An Artist
Jakub Neubert Jakub Neubert
Sonia Barba Prostíbulo Poético en Barcelona
SP Invisível Choque - Outubro 2015
Mélanie Lemmens Mélanie Lemmens
Tärähtäneet ämmät / Nutty Tarts How to shock effectively
Chris LaMartina Chris LaMartina - Shock Q&A
Chris LaMartina Chris LaMartina - Shock
Tärähtäneet ämmät / Nutty Tarts To Shock or not to Shock – Tärähtäneet Ämmät / Nutty Tarts QA
Laura Woldenberg El shock como motor para la acción
Mikey Goldenberg sound. shake. shock.
Jennifer Daniel Design Is Capitalism
Sergio Canavero Sergio Canavero
Mario Jaén Hombre de Conflictos
Pénélope Daigneault Pénélope Daignault – Université Laval SHOCK
Natasha Kanapé Fontaine Natasha Kanapé Fontaine
Rashayla Brown Shock
Simeon Atanasov A true serial entrepreneur
Peregrine Honig Shock
Aralyn Hughes The Queen of Weird
David Hambridge David Hambridge - Shock
David Hambridge David Hambridge Q+A
David Hambridge Louise Gooche 72 year old cheerleader from Durham, North Carolina
Marnie Weber Artist, Musician, Filmmaker
Dave Durand When Shock Inspires Action
Sam Scarpino Poverty & Disease
Judson Beaumont Shock and creativity in Furniture
Elena Pezzo Shock
Manca Ahlin Manca Ahlin
Rüdiger Esch Electro-Shock at Elektro-Müller
Eli Silva The World of Tomorrow
Petra Zlatevska Still shocking … nach 6 Jahren in Berlin
Chuck Terhark The Dead Will Outnumber The Living!
Michael Gaston Antisocial Theory
Judson Beaumont Shock, surprise and creativity
I step back from my situation and I said, 'If I just share my story and if I address the issues that I faced as a Muslim person in Miami, I can make a difference.'
Numbness happens when we are shocked too often but forget to take our finger out of the outlet.
When you experience shock, you have two options: 1) Lose faith in humanity and do nothing or 2) Partially lose faith in humanity and create constructive change in order to restore faith.
It's almost becoming normal to be avant garde.
These people, they're not weird and they're not crazy. They're just artists.
In short, this was the weirdest shit I've ever seen.
New ideas are born here every single day. And it makes me think about what I was talking about before: The idea that you have to make your idea. You have to do your homework. You have to fashion that idea. But then you have to hold on to it. You actually have to grip on to your idea and make sure that as you are changing it and evolving it, you’re also nurturing it. And making sure that it all come forward you need to care for it. And you need to acknowledge the fact that the world is gonna work on you. That it is gonna make it hard for you to bring it forward. You need to listen and to improve. And you need to not give up when you have that idea. Because at the end of the day, once you have that idea and release it, it will go in the most amazing places you never expected.
Suddenly it’s really shocking because how people are using this is totally, totally unexpected. […] It becomes this platform for people to express their own ideas and to have their own insights. And that’s the amazing part: the way in which it becomes social and performative.
A veces detener en los pequeños detalles los va a ayudar un montón a encontrar y shockearse con poco
Hay que prestar atención a cosas que surgen de lo menos esperado
Hay mucha gente que tiene la posibilidad de cambiar el mundo, pero es gente que se apuesta solo en las comodidades.
No somos tan perfectos como la sociedad nos ha dicho que tenemos que ser
La grandeza de la gente es mucho más de lo que no están contando todo el tiempo.
Mi trabajo es descubrir por medio de la imagen, quiénes son los otros.
¿Todos somos buenos? ¿o no?
I am very grateful that I was raised hearing stories of survival. My parents left Chile from the dictatorship…and there was never once in that rhetoric we are victims, or there is hate or revenge. It was always we will survive, we have to believe in the better of human kind, we have to overcome, there is such a thing as peace, there is such a thing as dignity.
We are the stories that we are raised with.
You can’t break the rules without acknowledging what the rules are, if you continue to follow all the rules, you will continue to make the same artwork that everybody creates. And so what is true to you? What is true to your own voice?
"...if it's not shocking, I'm not interested!"
What if you could actually be there and look around and draw your own conclusions. That can change the way we see the world.
We're getting to the stage where we want to start going beyond the hype and actually start telling stories.
The goal of story telling is to bring people moments of joy.
I'm not anti-tech. I'm not anti-innovation. I'm not anti-money. I'm just anti-assholes.
Don't confuse selling or buying shit with creative expression.
The oyster reacts to the introduction of an impurity, such as a grain of sand, by producing a pearl.
I'm offended by how they [designers on a video pitch] speak. They speak on behalf of rich, very well off companies, and they talk about design like it's an inherently good thing. Design is not good onto itself; Design is, in fact, neutral.
We just can't assume that technology will fix all of the country's problems, like housing, and climate, and healthcare. These are complicated issues and our smartphones can't simply circumvent bureaucracy to fix them.
Design feels like a very precise cover for liberal white guilt. You do everything, right? You recycle, you're vegetarian. You work for a company that aspires to truly change the world for the better, but you really haven't done any of the hard work yet.
"a dor do invisível não é pra ser sentimentalizada, mas sentida"
Regardless of my age, I'm going to continue to grow and change. And if you know me today don't think you'll know me tomorrow. I will not be the same Aralyn Hughes that I was yesterday.
I want to be shocked by being a light for someone at the end of a tunnel. I want to be shocked to know that something I did made a difference, no matter how small it is.
When I'm on my deathbed I think I'll be present as I've never been present ever before. I want to savor every moment that I'm there; I think it's going to be exciting.
I'm not afraid to die. What I'm afraid of is becoming irrelevant, or invisible in my culture and in my society today.
What was shocking to me is that my society at that time approved standing by your man and suffering an abusive relationship more than they approved of a woman getting a divorce.
There is no change without consequence.
Let design be design. It doesn't have to be about consumption, so don't confuse selling or buying sh*t with creative expression.
It's not technology or design that has created this problem but they haven't really made it that much better despite all this propaganda to change and disrupt the world.
Si la gente no le ha dado más likes, será porque a lo mejor no estoy contando todo lo que quiero contar
I've begun to look at my life as a body of work, rather than what I'm doing right now.
We just can't assume that technology will fix all of the country's problems.
I really like the idea of designers changing the world, but I'd really just like to see them change San Francisco.
These people need help, not Apple watches.
Reckon design with your own values.
I like the idea of changing the world but I really just want to see designers change San Francisco.
Channeling empathy through your iPhone is giving yourself a pass without doing any actual hard work.
It's important to recognize there is no change without consequence.
Design is neutral. When they say "design" what they really mean is "money."
Talking to a designer about design is like talking to a brick wall about bricks.
The first step is getting over yourself, just try to be a good citizen, be a good helper, just do the basic things, and in that way, you’re in the service of a good message.
Ideation is what startups and serial killers call brainstorming.