Browsing Tag

Art

Philosophy Written

Picasso’s Napkin

September 5, 2012

The story goes that Picasso was sitting in a Paris café when an admirer approached and asked if he would do a quick sketch on a paper napkin. Picasso politely agreed, swiftly executed the work, and handed back the napkin — but not before asking for a rather significant amount of money. The admirer was shocked: “How can you ask for so much? It took you a minute to draw this!” “No”, Picasso replied, “It took me 40 years” Special…

Continue Reading

Speech Video

James Victore: Your Work Is A Gift

August 6, 2012

James Victore: Your Work Is A Gift About the presentation What’s the value of your creative voice? A lot, according to designer James Victore. Using some of his own creative challenges as examples, Victore argues that it is only through finding your voice, your fears, and your passion — and expressing them — that you can make great work. About James Victore James Victore runs an independent design studio hell-bent on world domination. He is an author, designer, filmmaker and…

Continue Reading

Photography

PLEASE VOTE!

January 4, 2012

Hey Everyone! I’m happy to say that one of my images titled ‘Hunter and Michael’ has been selected as a finalist image in the My Gay Texas Photo Contest hosted by The Dallas Voice, a newspaper for the gay community in Dallas. Whichever image receives the most votes, that photographer gets $1k donated in their name to any non-profit of their choice. My non-profit is AIDS United. Please vote for my image by clicking the attached link below and help…

Continue Reading