This past weekend I was fortunate to attend Wondercon 2012. This year they had it at the Anaheim Convention Center, a switch up from their San Francisco location. I was mainly there working for a PR company shooting coverage for their panels. During my free time, I browsed around and took some photos to share
Happy Friday everyone! Sorry for the delay on this week’s Friday Feature, I was at Wondercon all day getting coverage, which you guys will get to see next week! 🙂 This week we’re featuring Pacman’s (Phillip Chbeeb) latest video “Brain Damage.” He never ceases to amaze me. His style is so unique and insanely dope.
Inspiration. It’s an amazing thing. It’s a creative source. An influence you can pull from. However, sometimes “inspiration,” the actual word itself, gets misused. Use inspiration as a kick-starter to your OWN creativity. Don’t do an exact replica of your inspiration because that my friends is called copying. Think of plagiarism when writing a research
As artists, we can be stubborn. Fact. And if you’re disagreeing with me then you just proved my point. 🙂 Break the cycle! Don’t close yourself off. I’ve been guilty of it and it’s not good for your craft or your pockets. Open yourself up to new ideas. I’m not saying to not have your
Be kind. Sounds so simple right? I mean duh. In business or life in general, being kind takes you a long way. However, sometimes we forget. Stress takes over and kindness gets pushed to the back burner. We toss out proper etiquette and allow decisions and/or words to be driven by negative factors. Don’t do
The artist and person you become is comprised by the influences that you grew up with. They contribute to building your character, voice, and vision. In order to continue the cycle of inspiration, it is important to understand where these influences come from. It is essential that generations pass onto each other their knowledge and
Happy Friday everyone! Hope you all had a great week. For those new to our site, “Friday Feature” is a series that we have on our blog where we highlight something in the arts that we feel is dope and should be shared. This week we’re featuring the streetwear brand T.G.I.F. No not “Thank God