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“I keep working as a ceramic artist, because I will I ever exhaust the possibilities of what clay can do.” Read more.
“Being able to take on a small project here or there that allows me to learn about a new person, place, or thing, is really special, and it’s something that the film medium allows me to do.” Read more.
“My desire for a multifunctional bag went from something I wanted for myself to a business opportunity.” Read more.
“Cartegram is essentially a scavenger hunt that inspires people to explore their surroundings.” Read more.
“The community around design is welcoming and nurturing, the world has become aware of the importance of design in our lives.” Read more.
Books, Films, Illustrations, Music, and Photography. Read more.
“You’re more than your résumé, and developing and maintaining genuine relationships are more important than your job title.” Read more.
“A desire to communicate with everyone. Early on, I enjoyed building, creating.” Read more.
“If we start a side project, it’s not because someone is telling us to do it. We’re doing it because we want to—because we’re passionate about it.” Read more.
“Since letters and signage have always been of interest to me, I was always surprised that there wasn’t more information available about sign painters…” Read more.
“Minimize complexity. Minimize risk. Minimize indecision.” Read more.
“Knitting is a productive activity, and I enjoy the sense of accomplishment when I finish a piece.” Read more.
“It’s a joy to be a designer, so remembering that is a part of being successful.” Read more.
“If I’m brave at all, it’s because I believe in the power of love.” Read more.
“How might we establish experience as a viable form of higher education?” Read more.
“Little Salon grows out of a belief that the vitality of a community can be measured by that community’s homegrown creativity.” Read more.
“It’s hard to feel uninspired after seeing so many people working day and night towards their own personal career goals!” Read more.
Books, Films, Initiatives, Music, and Photography. Read more.
“A successful designer needs to have strong beliefs, not only within the bubble of their own discipline, but for the world that surrounds them.” Read more.
“Creative spaces, and the creative and contemplative life, interest me. We need more of it.” Read more.
Design Feast’s blog presents interviews with creative professionals, recaps of cultural events, plus navel-gazing reflections on designing, writing, and self-publishing.
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