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Emily Miller-Sharma Ruby
Laura Falero Lo obsceno de lo real
Bart Eysink Smeets The man who makes weird things friendly
Bill Trumpfheller Bill Trumpfheller
Jeremy Johnson Jeremy Johnson
Harris III Maintaining your sense of awe as an adult
John Park & Marcus Amaker Embrace Weird
Colin Foord Coral Morphalogic
James Renner Weird in Ohio
Dara Simkin Why Weird means you're Awesome
Matt Kemple Being Weird, Making Weird
Gabriella Marcella Weird World of Riso
Steve Courso Weird Smells and Experience
carolina abad jara Weird
Ryan Duggan Drug Factory Press
Donovan Goliath Who the F#$K is Donovan Golliath
Donovan Goliath Rap battle teaser
Lisa Goodwin Lisa Goodwin
Clarissa Grassi Weird
Kelly Bennett Kelly Bennett
Justin Cucci Restaurants with WEIRD Histories
Andrew Ranville Andrew Ranville
Tarish Pipkins Tarish Pipkins - Weird
Phil Jones Find Your Weird (But Don't Call It That)
Ana Paola Avilés Clownsciencia (cc)
Beth Beverly Weird
Michael Frank Michael Frank, Curator-in-Chief, the Museum of Bad Art
Massimo Agostinelli The strange life of a Bouffon
Christiane Dolores Multi-platform artist
Qing-Yang Xiao 2016 August Weird
Travis Knight Weird is Freedom
Jessica Banks The Future of Decor
Jessica Banks Q&A with Jessica Banks
Bill Skaggs Bill Skaggs
Erica Felicella From Weird to Weirder
Dr Sawsan We are not the weird ones.
Tertuliana Lustosa Tertuliana Lustosa
Stephanie Posavec Fragmented portraits in data & drawings
Rachel Service Weird Q&A
Rachel Service Embrace your inner weirdo.
Robert Vanderslice 11 Miles of Tape
Rachel Service Weird Icebreaker - Part 3
Felipe Campos Weird - Agosto 2016
Christopher Locke Artist & Weirdo
Michel Téo Sin Reconhecendo o estranho
Ramin Bahari Weirdspiration
Chris Treggiari Keeping Viewers Curious and Active
Rachel Service Weird Icebreaker - Part 2
Kyle Brooks Weird
Mihaela Drăgan A weird Roma feminist
Marco Casagrande Urban architecture gone wild
Rachel Service Weird Icebreaker - Part I
Jim & Jen Lauzon Stay Weird Asheville
Martin Rajniš Embrace the WEIRD
Carina Carlsen Body Positivism and Burlesque
Lennard Hulsbos What is super weird today?
Said Baaghil Said Baaghil's Talk on Unconformity
Javi Del Cid Javi Del Cid
GiGi Holliday Strip off your clothes and find your weird
Kristina Laučienė Laughter Yoga (LT)
Plomo La magia de Plomo y Plomito
Knate Higgins The Commodity of Being Weird
Stine Spedsbjerg Illustrator plus a thousand other things
Maxwell Folley Maxwell Folley
Barlo Barlo on WEIRD
Haru Specks Weird faces - das Künstlerportrait im Laufe der Jahrzehnte.
Senartogok Not A Creep, But A Weirdo
Pierre Thibault « Déjanté » à la Place de Bordeaux
Alena Murang Alena Murang
Whitney Manney Weird
Frank Paats Positive Disorder
Kenneth Heinbecker Heavy Industries
Max Moore Being Weird = Being Yourself
Hasaan Kirkland The W.E.I.R.D.I.N.G. Way
Déh Dullius Déh Dullius
R. Anthony Harris Transforming Regular Richmond into Weird RVA
LABBODIES The Weird Project, QA
LABBODIES The Weird Project
Josh Spector Let's Get Weird
Zandra Cunningham Why Not Weird?
Beck Bamberger The Practice of Being Uncomfortable
shauna johannesen Getting Your Weird On
Paul Kampfmann "Ehrenfeld Apparel"
Electric Coffin Electric Coffin
Creatives are doers, they get stuff done.
Creative is wonderful and it's critically important, but if you don´t connect it back to the strategy to achieve the results, it's not going to get the job done.
Lo raro es el pudor a vivir y a mostrarnos como realmente somos.
I meet a lot of people everyday in what I do. Most of those people already placed me in a box—I have blue hair, I'm brown, I'm short, I may not be educated—all these things. But when they ask me one of the most cliche questions in DC, that's when the fun begins.
If you're worried about what everyone else is thinking about it, that's not a great place to start. Follow what you think is cool, what you think is important and worth your time. If it is for you, that's enough.
I'm going to eat crunchy snacks.
We are social beings, so we want to belong to something the whole time, we want to connect with people who look like us, who think like us. At the same time we want to impress our brand on the world.
You have to be willing to be first and last of your own destiny.
Confident fatties really piss people off.
Learn to love yourself for your abilities, for what you can do and love yourself for who you are as a person, not for the number on the scale.
I'm not fighting for the right to be fat, I think we should accept all bodies. There is no ideal body. Body Positivism is about accepting who you are and develop a good mental health related to your self image.
An industry insight without something bold to say about the industry, without your unique spin, is not a story.
What makes you memorable? Guess what, it’s being yourself!
Lo raro es tan subjetivo, que no importa lo que los demás piensen
Mourning is extremely personal and I believe that every person should feel free to explore how they move through it without judgment or shame.
I feel that handling these dead creatures, for me, it's a constant reminder to be present in my life and that nothing is guaranteed.
Taxidermy communicates an intimacy with death.
¡Cuando salgan de aqui, hagan cosas!
As long as you're chatting to people in a way that feels natural to you, they'll follow you.
People are buying you, and if you can show that you're courageous and confident, then they'll like that about the service you're offering too.
Saying 'no' with a 'No Sandwich': 'That sounds great, it's not the right opportunity for me right now, all the best'.
Be memorable by being YOURSELF -- there is too much boring out there.
There are so many ways to cut up what you do, and what you're a nerd about.
Am I scared? Oh yeah, everyday.
Allow life to run its course, and go along for the ride.
It's okay if you can't define it, because you will.
Allow yourself to fall as many times as needed, and then get up.
If you never know what to expect, the unexpected should just land on your lap.
Whenever I was doing what I thought I was supposed to do, life always sent me an unusual and somewhat painful turn of events.
Whatever I was unsure of, I taught myself, and to my surprise...no one ever asked the question that I feared. No one ever pointed out that I was an imposter.
I made myself stay put, to look for who I was to be.
The more you are perceived as an expert, the more likely you will be offered opportunities and jobs at your highest value.
Shit get real when you embrace your inner weirdo.
We can call the muse, and we don't just have to wait for her.
I believe that my best creative sparks are the results of an empirical error. When it happens, it feels very different from conjuring or imagining."
The more you are perceived as an expert, the more likely you'll be offered opportunities and jobs at your highest value.
Sh*t gets real when you embrace your inner weirdo
You're all weird, wonderful, and uniquely different.
I needed to lose that security blanket. I needed to step outside of the box.
We’ve got a fairly nondescript overpass in a nondescript part of town in the suburbs for all intents and purposes, and all of a sudden we’ve got this universal, simple, symbol that gives that bridge an identity.
…. love and hate are kind of the same thing – it’s locked – it’s evocative of some sort of response… the lovers, the haters… I'm just happy because that means it worked…
Por que é estranho ser estranho, se ser estranho é ser livre? E todo mundo quer ser livre.
When you live as your true self--weirdness and all--you're giving those around you permission to do the same.
Don't worry about being normal, just find your natural.
Being yourself is hard enough, let alone being weird.
It is so much pressure to be creative because we're so egocentric these days that all the pressure is on the creator.
We can learn through people, and through each other
Big things that get accomplished in the world do not come from the comfort bubble.
To learn you need humility.
Three things you should always remember: Be kind to everyone, exclude no one, and when you give help, you get help.
What if instead you made a proactive practice of being uncomfortable? Often? On purpose?
I encourage you to find your comfort zone and get familiar with it and pop it as often as you can.
For a sliver of time, you've been in their shoes -- and that's one of the best experiences that you can have in understanding a situation truly.
"To learn, you need humility."
If you are practising being uncomfortable, can you get more comfortable doing bigger and bolder shit in the world?
We as a people are fundamentally taught that conformity equals success.
Create your own normal.
"There's one thing that stayed the same from my time playing music to directing music videos, and that was my DIY, do-it-yourself, punk mentality."
Empathy is an antidote to shame.