This CreativeMornings talk by Paola Mendoza, Artistic Director of the WomensMarch, moved me to tears. Please, give it 20mins of your time. It will light a fire in your creative heart.
“It is the creative community’s responsibility to reopen the heart of America.”
– Paola Mendoza
People of Craft is a growing showcase of creatives of color and their craft in design, advertising, tech, illustration, lettering, art, and more. I absolutely love this! Thank you for creating this resource, Timothy Goodman and Amelie Lamont.
Grid Poems Vol. I is a collection of 45 illustrated poems on hope, loss, and expectation. Beautiful!
Add your recommendation in a comment below. I will look at all of them.
Under what rock was I hiding all this time that I have never heard of Common Sense Media? I told my friends that I made the mistake of showing my kids a movie the other day that I thought was perfectly fine for their age. It wasn’t. Ops!
Common Sense Media looks like the site I should have consulted first.
This aerial photograph by Niaz Uddin made me gasp. I wouldn’t mind being that person in that kayak right now.
Hello there, rainbow banana.
This is the firs time I’d consider letting a Air Purifier in my home. Question for those of you that own an air purifier: Do you sense a difference?
I am loving the new Mod Floral Tattly Set by Inaluxe.
As if the idea of transparent rain boots wasn’t hilarious enough, the Bobo Choses’ product photography is really next level. Hat tip!
These giant colorful pencils carved into gray Aspens by Jonna Pohjalainen made me look.
This poster sums up my approach to starting companies.
I am quite excited about this: For the month of September CreativeMornings is running a Caption Contest in partnership with our global partner Shutterstock.
What you see above is the first image to kick it off. Head over to Instagram or Twitter to add your caption.
(Underwater selfie with friend by Kletr)
Melissa Kaseman photographs the contents of her three-year-old son’s pockets as part of what she calls “a taxonomy report of a child’s imagination.” Beautiful!
Powerful 2011 ad by Leica on never changing their brand identity: “When you keep being different from everything, changing makes no sense.”