Check out the motion graphics reel we recently did for Philly healthcare consultancy, Vynamic. Look for it if you are at the convention center in Philadelphia.
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We stumbled across this museum one day in Seattle while hanging out down by the waterfront. Rumor has it that this little museum has closed – which is so unfortunate because it was so much fun – especially touring the ship. Ships tend to have some of the best graphics and colors and lots of textures.
All images taken with my “super old” iPhone.
Last spring we took a trip out to Terrain and came across this amazing wall of silkscreens in one of their many inspiring barns. If you have never been to Terrain, it’s a home & garden center and a cafe. The store is part of the Urban/Anthro brands which basically equals eye candy throughout the entire store.
The wall of silkscreens brings me back to our the days of making t-shirts and posters in our apartment. I am now completely inspired to transform our basement into a studio so we can put all of our old silkscreens to use. Stay tuned.
These photos were taken with my iPhone. I heart my iPhone.
We arrived at the Minneapolis St.Paul Philadelphia International Airport just in time to see the sunrise over the sculpture that was on display. The detailed paper installation had everything from bridges to trains to houses and buildings to machinery with cargo boxes. The only thing missing were the people — which didn’t matter at all because there was so much hustle and bustle going on around in the airport that it seemed like the paper town was also hard at work and getting ready for the day. For more information about the artist and her work check, out her site here. I am a big fan and especially like her Shadow Puppets and her other Works on Paper.
I was inspired to begin a series on the creativity of children after watching a TEDTalk by Sir Ken Robinson. “The Searching House” is a wonderful project to launch this series. When I look at this project, I don’t just see an amazing sculpture and story created by a 5- year-old — I also see the combination of teachings that went into it. I see a process of teaching our kids to be creative thinkers and fearless explorers. I see a beautiful sculpture that is thoughtful in its design. I see the thinking that went into it expressed in Chloe’s own words. I see it all as a process of teaching children to discover their passions and talents.
“One day there was a house in the woods. There were many animals who lived in it. They used to search for food and they found out that there was another house in the woods. They didn’t know that before, because they were always so busy searching for food, like nuts, berries, fruits and seeds. They were getting ready for winter. They only needed to get one more nut and they finally got that nut and then it was finally winter time. They quickly went into their house and ate some of their food the whole winter. Then they went into their rooms. But they wanted to go out into the snow! So they got their gear on. They went right outside and built a snowman and ate some snow. They met neighbors and had playdates and lived happily ever after”
The Searching House, By Chloe, age 5