Archive for creativity

07 ago 2011

Stay creative

No Comments Creative process, creativity

Creativity is such an important part of this profession that you have to feed it and keep it preciously and on a daily basis (or as much as you can). Here ‘s a little video that I’ve discovered thanks to Denita Tizard .

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07 dic 2010

6 ways to Get yourself some “Me” time to boost your creativity

3 Comments babbling, creativity

Sometimes, your mind just can’t keep up,too much paper work , studies, tasks that you don’t like but can’t be avoid, no time to think about creating new stuff, suddenly you feel your brain is about to explode… When this happens, the best thing to do, is take a break:

1# Have a long walk

2# Meet up with some friends

3# Do some sport (not my favorite one…)

4# go photo hunting

5# read something that has anything to do with art.

6# listen to music

Basically, get out from your computer or studio! There is a Life out there. Then, when you come back, take the decision to change something on your daily routine, because is not healthy for your creativity to be in the edge that way, you should always have a daily “Me” time. Obviously, it’s easier to say it than do it, but if you don’t try… and if you need more ideas, Mike brown, from Brainzooming, will give 26 ones!

And this was my “Me” time today: photos hunting with my men. What was yours?

© 2010. Nadine Mnemoi

Me time in the beach la Griega

© 2010. Nadine Mnemoi

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25 jun 2010

Ola Coca Cola

No Comments Buzz, comunication, creativity, video, youtube

While in South Africa, millions of fans celebrate the World Cup, with the vuvuzuela -whether you love or hate it-, in Brazil, fans can celebrate in the subway with la Ola (Mexican Wave) thank to Coca Cola and the agency JWT Sao Paulo Can you imagine? 16 meters of Ola in 3D! I wish I was there .

Source: Best Ads

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24 jun 2010

another way to make some buzz

No Comments Buzz, comunication, creativity, video, youtube

We usually tend to think that the best way to get the attention of people, it’s to offer something nice,clean. Well, sometimes to stand out from the crowd you may have to be a bit nasty. This is the video was made by N10, a Swiss branding and communication agency. I found this campaign very funny and unusual but if you think about it not far from the truth…

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10 feb 2010

Pranav Mistry: the sixthsense technology

No Comments creativity, video

When I was a child, I thought that a lot of stuff going on science fiction would one day become true, but I never dare imagine that I would actually be alive to see it …

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31 ene 2010

Daizi Zheng: the green phone

No Comments creativity, designers, General

Don’t you have sometimes the impression that new technologies go to fast or aren’t amazed to see what we are able to do with anything? Daizi Zheng was asked to design a eco-friendly for Nokia. Et voila, the first phone with a bio battery that work with softdrink! You fill up the phone with sugary drink and once you don’t have battery empty it and fill it up again. A single charge is four time longer than a regular. Great for the environ but let you think about what we are actually drinking… Please check her website, she does some cool stuff. Have a nice sunday.

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19 ene 2010

Oktapodi:

No Comments animation, creativity, video

This little funny animation was created by students of Gobelin l’école de l’image in 2007. They won a lot of award. You can check out the making of at the website.

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13 ene 2010

Parkour motion reel

No Comments animation, creativity

This was illustrated by Serene Teh and filmed by Noel Lee. It’s impressive how the folding and unfolding paper animated the illustration.

parkour motion reel from saggyarmpit on Vimeo.

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12 ene 2010

Aran Goyoaga

2 Comments creativity, inspiration, photographer, stylist

Aran Goyoaga is a freelance pastry chef, food stylist and photographer. She is also the author of the delicious blog Canelle et Vanille -which include nice recipe-. Check out her website . Pretty sure you’ll enjoy it!

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11 ene 2010

Shana Faust

No Comments creativity, inspiration, stylist

Former deputy style editor Martha Stewart Weddings, she’s is now a freelance stylist. I love how she uses her creativity. She ‘s working on her first book (fall 2010). Visit her website and also her interview at Decor8,which is very interesting to learn not only about her but about the work as stylist. Enjoy!

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