Mood Board Monday: Two Scoops
Mood Board Monday: Two Scoops
Some of my favorite things from Totokaelo Art–Object in Seattle.
What does the beginning look like? Feel like? Is it a place of peace or stress?
We invited our contributors to think about beginnings and what they mean to them. It could be the beginning of anything - the year, a relationship, a new role in life or work. A new skill, art project, outlook or understanding.
We asked, "What does it feel like to begin? What is your experience with the process of change or growth? With new?"
Our contributors expressed their thoughts and feelings using the mediums of their choice.
A crowd-sourced Instatravel guide from Victoria Smith of sfgirlbybay.
UK artist Hannah Adamaszek gives street art a feminine edge.
If you’re a Squarespace 6 user, there’s no way for you to edit categories and tags on multiple posts at once. That means if you transfer a Blogger or Wordpress website over to Squarespace and the tags or categories aren’t imported in the format that you’d like them to be, you have to manually open every single post and change them individually.
This process is so time consuming that I’ve created a note for my readers that lives above my Categories list.
Note: This is a work in progress. I’m recategorizing my blog posts now, and it’s a slow process. If you’re looking for something, try Search.
I shouldn’t have to write this note on my website. No one should. It’s unprofessional and technologically archaic.
great reference on women artists
New design, new work, new freelance gig, and an upcoming art show. 2014, I like you a lot so far.
interview with kimberly ellen hall, designer and illustrator
This week I took an Amélie film still and recreated it through an oil pastel abstract.
a list of books to boost your creativity
Creating through the fear to BE the artist.
We Are The Contributors is a creative community and publication developed by Melanie Biehle of Inward Facing Girl and Sandra Harris of Raincoast Creative Salon.
Our dream is to create an online space to bring together artists, designers, photographers, writers, and all kinds of makers around creative projects that will inspire our own work and build community among creative people across mediums.
Storytelling is an essential tool for marketing your work. And I'm not talking about sharing all your secrets. There are other ways to tell stories and share more about who you are without getting super personal. Share your influences, technical skills, or inspiration! Revealing how you personally connect to the things that you write or create lets your audience in and allows them to get to know you a little bit better.
Louisiana artist Rebecca Rebouché has the most inspiring art studio. It looks like a treehouse.
I love the creative multidisciplinary approach of Commune Design.
Love the thoughtfulness of an edited life and wardrobe.
Living a big, bold life in a world of uncertainty.
Creativity does not flow from desperation. Creating a pressure-filled environment with rigid deadlines can lead to missed insights and opportunities for growth.
What is creative coaching like?