How craving attention makes you less creative | Joseph Gordon-Levitt

How craving attention makes you less creative | Joseph Gordon-Levitt

First of all, thank you for your attention. There’s nothing quite like being in a room full of people like this, where all of you are giving your attention to me. It’s a powerful feeling, to get attention. I’m an actor, so I’m a bit of an expert on, well, nothing, really. (Laughter) But I

Drawing Pokémon From Memory w/ Jaiden Animations

Drawing Pokémon From Memory w/ Jaiden Animations

hi very nice James: Hi everyone, I’m here with Jaiden Animations JaidenA: Hi James: Today we’re gonna draw Pokemon from memory! JaidenA : Yayyyyyy!!! james: We both have-… We’re gonna do one from each generation And! There is a time limit of four hours per drawing (picture) So… JaidenA: Alright so, strap in… This is

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Welcome to Creative Arts at Deakin University So the new course will involve greater collaboration across the four disciplines in art and performance. The boundaries between disciplines in recent years and into the future have really kind of been blurring a lot, and a lot of art practitioners will employ all kinds of ideas from

How Pete Holmes creates comedic flow: Try micro-visualization

How Pete Holmes creates comedic flow: Try micro-visualization

It’s unfortunate that the idea of having an intention is so often repeated that it’s sort of lost meaning. But in my experience, it’s not as complicated or labored as it sounds, and it’s also really, really, really, really helpful. For me, if I’m going to do a podcast — or really do anything, it

The Art of Collaboration with KeFe | KQED Arts

The Art of Collaboration with KeFe | KQED Arts

(drum music) – [Kelly] This is Ferris. He’s an artist. – [Ferris] This is Kelly and she is an artist. – [Kelly] And together we’re KEFE. (instrumental music) – My work is funny. – My work is colorful. – [Ferris] Colorful. – [Kelly] Loose. – [Ferris] And playful. – [Kelly] And refined at the same

Aaron Koblin: Artfully visualizing our humanity

Aaron Koblin: Artfully visualizing our humanity

So I think data can actually make us more human. We’re collecting and creating all kinds of data about how we’re living our lives, and it’s enabling us to tell some amazing stories. Recently, a wise media theorist Tweeted, “The 19th century culture was defined by the novel, the 20th century culture was defined by

NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE – Redrawing YOUR Twitter Icons w/DrawingWiffWaffles

NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE – Redrawing YOUR Twitter Icons w/DrawingWiffWaffles

[Kasey] Do you ever look at Twitter and think “What the heck is this icon?” Today DrawingWiffWaffles- [Waffles] Hello! [Kasey] …and I are going to ask that very question and try to turn these icons into art. Buckle in. And thank you so much to Jaltoid for this amazing idea! Let’s get into it. [Waffles]

Two Artists Fuse Styles On One Canvas
Can I turn a SCRIBBLE into ART? – THE SCRIBBLE CHALLENGE

Can I turn a SCRIBBLE into ART? – THE SCRIBBLE CHALLENGE

Can I turn a random scribble into art? Let’s find out. [Kasey] Like scribble. [Dave] Okay. [Kasey] But like not… you know. [Dave] Okay. [Dave] It’s a lot of pressure. [Kasey] Haha. Done! [Dave] Pencils down! [Kasey] So here is the masterpiece scribble that my husband Dave gave me. Thank you, Dave. Essentially the scribble

How to develop a design for a brand

– So today I’m here with Hjörtur from 14islands, an agency we really like the way they work, the results, the websites that you build are really nice. Basically here at Prismic Studios, what we like to do is interview people that have good processes, good practices for producing websites, together with our product, so