When presented with some form of inertia, creative people face two kinds of pain: the pain of making and not making.
Thanks to a short book, I feel that I have finally found a system that helps me manage knowledge efficiently. Let me tell you about the Zettelkasten…
A month ago, I was discovering block printing. I have since graduated, and I went from kiddie supplies to grown-up printing!
I tuned in for some guitar pyrotechnics and stayed for Steve Vai’s advice on creativity and process, illustrated by For the Love of God.
I recently discovered wabi-sabi through two books by Leonard Koren. I’m sharing some thoughts on what this world view can teach us.
Singer-songwriter Andrew Bird is releasing a series of videos on YouTube, recorded at home in LA. I found solace in them, in a surprising way.
Last Friday, I asked my wife if I could borrow the stuff she uses when she teaches art to kids, and I tried block printing.
While for a lot of us this is now week 7 of isolation, some 12 million people got together earlier this week for a concert. In Fortnite.
Could the current situation be an opportunity to transmute time into (allegorical) gold? If so, how? What about taking on a challenge?
In an effort to turn the current crisis into something positive and creative, I gave myself a 30-day challenge:I will complete a p5.js course.