What do you struggle with? What keeps you from being the most inspired and creative you can be? This poster helps you stay on point by suggesting ways to stay inspired in work and life to be more creative.
What are your favourite tactics to stay creative on a daily basis?
Andy Gilmore creates graphic art, with intense colours and patterns that mimic nature and sometimes the arrangements found in music.
Montreal company ‘Moment Factory’ designed this amazing 15-minute interactive fresco using 3D projection mapping as a tribute to one of the world’s most celebrated architecturally stunning cathedrals.
From now until May 5, 2012, lucky local Angelenos and visitors can check out a special show curated by Mike D of The Beastie Boys at the MOCA, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Visual artist, VJ and electronic musician extraordinaire, Tycho (Scott Hansen), makes music from his home in San Francisco, CA. His journey started in 2002 with his debut release, a four-track EP called ‘Science of Patterns,’ and since then he has gone on to join the Ghostly label family, where he released a series of singles and EPs prior to his acclaimed album ‘Dive’ last year.
Speaking with me from the Coachella grounds in Indio, CA, Sensory Sync’s Director Bryant Place, aka CyberPatrolUnit, discussed the journey that has taken place to create the large Gateway installation on the grounds of Coachella festival.
Dat Dat Dat / ANF is a visual designer in Berlin who creates very minimal and elegant music videos, installations and short films. For Egyptrixx’s remake of ‘Old Black,’ a song by the band Earth, Dat Dat Dat created an original video that breathes life into the sounds.
[Yayoi Kusama’s The Passing Winter, 2005. Photo: Tate Photography]
Music producer and founder of the Brixton based label Werk Discs, Darren Cunningham (a.k.a. Actress), will perform a set on March 24th at the Tate Modern. The immersive visual show will take place in Turbine Hall, and will reflect the hallucinatory expansive visual work of Yayoi Kusama.
Montreal company, Moment Factory, are the ones responsible for tonight’s Half Time show visuals, along with Cirque du Soleil and the Material Girl, who was also directing the process. Details from a recent CBC article with the Executive Producer at Moment Factory reveal that Jamie King, Madonna’s longtime choreographer and creative director is also heavily involved in the core team that planned today’s show.
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 | 5:10 PM ET By Amanda Connon-Unda, CBC News
U2 is often touted as the biggest band in the world. Whether or not that’s true, they definitely think big when conceiving their concert set-up.
The group’s latest jaunt around the world, the 360° tour, features live video feeds with close-up shots of the band on a massive, cylinder-shaped screen. The screen, which can expand in height from seven to 22 metres, is composed of hundreds of hexagonal panels and thousands of LED lights. While Bono sings, colourful 3-D graphics twist and turn on the screen, morphing seamlessly in time with the music — warm red shades with golden glowing lines are followed by shades of aqua with textures and movements evocative of an underwater world. Coupled with the band’s music, these visuals ensure that the U2 concert experience is totally engrossing.