Isaac Salido Isaac Salido y Nano García
Nicolas Polli SURREAL Sur/real Life on Mars
Annie Wong The playgrounds of our imagination
Zbigniew Szymczyk Q & A
Zbigniew Szymczyk Breakfast of a surrealist
Jeff The Peff Jeff The Peff
Ruben Topia My Kingdom
Jack Darling Writer & Magician
Simon Schwaighofer Simon Schwaighofer
Anna Lee Three Ways to Use Surreal in the Creative Process
Varvara Guljajeva The surreality of digital art
Jeff Raz Bridging cultural gaps through art
Oliver Jeffers People Live Here
Oliver Jeffers 30-second pitches
Oliver Jeffers Q&A with Oliver Jeffers
Oliver Jeffers Live performance by Paper Anniversary
Oliver Jeffers Manifesto reading by Rainer Kunst
Andrei Crăciun Da!Da!
Sara Selber Sara Selber / Surreal / January 25th
Melissa Larín Melissa Larín hablando de Sureal
Matt Sesow Give You Goosebumps
Scott Mitchell Escaping into a surreal world
Sharna Jackson Surreal begets surreal
Gil Preto Surreal
Laura Winterling "Life in space is surreal sometimes."
Whitney Lewis-Smith Otherworldly experiences through photo-based art
Amy Shaffer Breaking out of the transactional relationship of creation
Amy VanHaren Nourishing A Vision
Paulo Renan Surreal - Janeiro 2019
Graziano Graziani A che santo dobbiamo votarci?
Rakesh Khana Devadasan Surrealism
Robin Hinsch Photographing a Surreal Landscape
Ivan Schwarz Building An Industry
Josh Antonuccio Journey of the Creative Professional
Dimitry Mikhalchuk Dimitry Mikhalchuk
Tonie Walsh Surreal
Hernando Hoyos Hernando Hoyos
Shep Films Shep Films
Steven Peterman Dream Jobs are Still Jobs
Fabian Pelzl Fabian Pelzl
James Ford You're weird and I like it
lucy bradley The quest for a better design culture
Belinda Medellin Surreal Moments
Justina Blakeney Designer, Artist and Author
Elizabeth Traynor Surreal
Chelsea Murphy Money can be as simple as you make it.
Flaminguettes El surrealismo de las Flaminguettes
Jimmy Elias Jimmy Elias
Zippora Marti Zippora Marti
Beatriz Pacheco Pereira Fantasporto - A vida dum festival
Julijus Grickevičius Tai nėra opera
Per Kristian Stoveland Unravelling Surreality
Maurice Young Homeless by Design
Greg Whitt Greg Whitt: Surreal
Lior Zalmanson Surreal with Dr. Lior Zalmanson
Lulu Miller Finding the Real in Surreal
Carol P. Govaert Create Your Own Reality
Chris Soriano Find a way when there is no way.
Pittsburgh Playback Theatre Pittsburgh Playback Theatre
AiRich The Realness of the Surreal
Zeke's Lunchbox Painter, Illustrator and Street Artist
Gabriel Bota Live! Love! Do stupid things!
DANEEN GREEN Let's Talk Surreal
Florian Haspinger Holo-Light
Robert Beatty on Surreal
Billy Ivey The Surreal Power of a Napkin
Fahamu Pecou Surreal Moments of Breakthrough
Elisabeth Egseth Hansen Surreal
Eva Schwägele Amber Eve on Surreal
Momchil Alexiev How VR can add value to society
Marcel Ames Surreal
Nate Utesch Surreal
Victor Parra Gonzalez Doing the things that will forever change your life
Hassan Yusuf Be grateful for all obstacles in your life.
Timothy L. Christian The Ups and Downs of Going All In
지우 신 나만의 길을 갈때 얻는것과 잃는것들
Samantha Van Der Merwe Defend Your Creative & Wild-Hearted Muse
Brad Williard Where Authenticity Thrives
Laura Cusack The surreal reality of human trafficking
Trae IsAAc In Surreal Life
David Goldsmith David Goldsmith on SURREAL
Ronn Burton Ronn Burton - 19th Century Hound
Sara Auster The story behind Sara's sound baths
David Moore Reality is surREAL
Freddy Lim Freddy Lim
BELEN MENA Belen Mena - Mariposas en la panza
Ammal Farahat Ammal Farahat
aAron munson How are we bored in a Surreal world?
Ginger Porcella Art Builds Empathy
Sheri-D Wilson Living Surrealism
Stacy Smith Surreal
Tiko Kerr The Surreal and Creativity
Tiko Kerr Tiko Kerr teaser on the things that affected his art
Sharing is an important component to the work that I do with animation because sharing leads to connection.
Greed is a survival mechanism that has served us well as a species but it’s a survival mechanism that doesn’t seem to have an off switch.
It’s funny how we teach our kids to share when we as adults tend to often not do that very much.
We’re all kind of greedy.
Memory is a very malleable, self-serving, kind of imperfect thing.
How do we consciously include people, without labels?
Surreal is knowing that there’s people who are willing to engage in grace and pace, and reject the world of greed and speed.
Somewhere in this new world of social media, we have forgotten it is OK to hug. We have forgotten that it’s OK to make time and go spend it with strangers who become your lifeblood.
There is so much death in life but there’s the most life in the moments of death.
I'm very fortunate that my grief manifests itself in a way that's a catalyst for both personal change and creativity.
Surreal begets surreal.
How can you tuck in little moments of joy or surprise to make the world feel a little less known than we think? You can do it with one single word. You can do it with how you arrange your words.
When in conversation, ask three more questions than you don't actually care about.
Be grateful for all the obstacles in your life. They have strengthened you as you continue with your journey.
Your future is created by what you do today not tomorrow.
The hardest part of being courageous is when to use it, you use your courage in your very difficult situation that's where it matters
I don't want to die knowing that this is how people will remember me as a negative person, no has anything nice to say.
We need to diversify and look at the problems of homelessness—not necessarily the symptoms of homelessness.
I needed to see the world through the eyes of the homeless people. I needed to see how things were working or were not working through that particular lens.
How can I help? How can I be a part of the solution, and not a part of the problem?
All I could ask myself was why? Why does this have to be so isolating? And why does it have to be so freaking hard?
I believe that one of the most surreal experiences you can have is shaking off the bad stuff and coming full circle.
We want to make money more simple, relatable and positive.
Only by reimagining ourselves, only by reinventing ourselves, constantly, that we can step forward towards changing the world we live in.
Idols are poisonous. I think there’s nothing as sad as leading a life that is not your own.
Before there were finances, there were fonts.
Get good mentors. Get people who can help you in different facets—whatever you’re doing—and listen to what they have to say.
Many times, people are not going to understand the dream that you have. Because they don’t understand your dream, don’t let that stop you from moving forward.
You can’t get away from things going wrong.
I really don’t look at failure as a negative thing anymore because when you fail, you give yourself a chance to learn. You give yourself a chance to reevaluate.
When you know what your purpose is, then you can deal with those ups and downs.
Whatever you do, if you’re going to go all in, you have to have the right mindset to be able to do that.
Find a way when there is no way. And if the front door’s locked and the back door’s jammed, the window should be the next option.
We can’t wait for someone else to make a difference—it has to start with us.
Keep pushing through, even when the stats are against us.
There are people who have been handed different life situations that we weren’t born into, and until you look at it from their perspective, you won’t see all the solutions that are there to try to help them. You have to put yourself in their shoes.
Garnering intention is about storytelling. Garnering intention is about inviting someone into a conversation...allowing them to become a part of what you're talking about, a point of view, a perspective that you have on the world, on a product or on the organization or whatever you're talking about. Garnering intention is powerful.
We have a city that you don’t have to take your talents to New York, to LA, to Chicago, you can do things right here and that’s one of the things I wanted to in terms of film. I wanted to show that you can do really excited things and you can do them right here in Omaha.
I hope we can be proud of what we're up to, regardless of the footprint that we make. The joy from our work can come from the reasons of why we love doing it, and not from who's affirming us externally. I hope that you have a word, like the word 'surreal' for me that keeps you in check.
How do we stand on the edge of that vast ocean, and pull in for ourselves a most magical fish? How do we make sure that our creative and wild-hearted muse is always in the room with us when we bring a new piece of work into the world?
We all have a private mythology. We all stand with one foot on either side of the looking glass. How do we preserve that wilderness and share our unique terrain with the outer world?
Step through the looking glass frequently, go romping around out there, and come back and share with us what you’ve found.