Month: June 2011

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James Garner

My favorite actor of all time – from the first episode of Maverick to today, James Garner is the only celeb I would walk across the street to see. The man is not only one of our finest actors – some have recognized that all along – but he is a man of integrity and […]

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Seven creative habits you need to acquire.

7. Making creativity about play, not work. Creativity frequently hits when you least expect it, and – if you’re like most people – you can’t expect creative insights when you are struggling to finish a project or stressing about something at work or school. So what should you do? Turn work into play from time-to-time […]

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Seven creative sins you need to avoid.

7. Thinking that creative is learned. Despite what some believe, creativity is something we are all born with. When you were a baby you used your creativity to fit the square peg in the square hole, nobody taught you how to do that. Believing that you MUST attend school to learn how to be creative, […]

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Graphic Design, a Saturated Market

Graphic design is an over-saturated market, no doubt about it. The lure of what seems (from the outside at least), an attractive lifestyle, along with a misconceived acclaim to fame, means that more students are enrolling in design-related courses than ever. Eventually, a percentage will graduate and seek design-related jobs. Also, don’t forget the uneducated […]

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The Radiators

Australia’s Hardest Working ROCK Band http://www.myspace.com/theradiatorsau Few survive the Rock ‘n’ Roll road to stardom but THE RADIATORS are Rock’s greatest survivors!  They are approaching 30 years of outstanding music, exciting and sometimes controversial lyrics, more than 4,000 electrifying live performances and platinum and gold album sales. THE RADIATORS debuted late 1978.  Their first album […]

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Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity

Good morning. How are you? It’s been great, hasn’t it? I’ve been blown away by the whole thing. In fact, I’m leaving. (Laughter) There have been three themes, haven’t there, running through the conference, which are relevant to what I want to talk about. One is the extraordinary evidence of human creativity in all of […]

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Punks

punksthecomic.com Punks: The Comic – Summer Special #1 finally lands after several months of anticipation, an early recommendation by Warren Ellis, and much praise lavished on Kody Chamberlain’s unique collage art. It tells a loosely constructed story of four roommates – Fist, Skull, Abe, and Dog – who thwart an alien invasion in between fighting […]

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Priest fronts appeal to creative community for disability group Yooralla Melbourne priest Bob Maguire stars in a new campaign to change public perceptions of disabilty. The campaign, devised by Melbourne-based shop Mustard Creative Agency, centres on a t-shirt design competition targeted at the creative community. The push, which introduces the line that uses on the […]

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An Honourable Photoshop Master- BaoJun Yuan

Baojun Yuan is a member of China Senior Photographers Association. He is highly respected by Chinese people. Why? In the past nine years, Mr. Yuan has repaired more than 2000 old photos for residents for free. Course it is not surprising enough if you have no idea about this great man. Mr. Yuan is 76 […]

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