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“To fail forward: To pursue what I believe in…” Read more.
“I anticipate the combined effect of Cusp Conference 2014 to echo that of 2013: seated but spellbound.” Read more.
“I have been drawing longer than writing, but there is something about writing that is the taproot of all that I do.” Read more.
“I’m overly sensitive when people say things like ‘Gee, you must have a lot of free time.’ This isn’t my free time. It’s my drawing time!” Read more.
“From the very beginning, I started to look at letters and its design as ways to express ideas and concepts.” Read more.
“Learn from everyone you work with, every project you work on.” Read more.
“Ches is a traditional sign painter. The results are characters of letters, letters with character.” Read more.
“When I was doing lettering warm-ups in the morning, I realized that creating three-word sentences seemed to be the easiest for me.” Read more.
“We know how precious our materials are—it’s part of our passion for creating something worthy of the wood.” Read more.
Apps, Films, Illustration, Music, Photography, and Stories. Read more.
“The workshop focuses on other micro-businesses, start-ups, and folks with their own side-hustle.” Read more.
“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, Illustration, 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.
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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