As connectivity becomes less of a barrier, there’s still the hurdle of making problem-solving scalable; how can a few people in just a few hours actually effect change?
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We asked London-based, professional illustrator Miss Led for tips on making Dad a card he’ll appreciate. Her tutorial below is great for pros and for those who are starting out with DiY cards. No matter how funny or clever a celebration card is, it will never come close to saying, ‘I love […]
Written by Francie King “Caldera is the simple notion that when you show someone the power of their own creativity, it suddenly feels like anything is possible.” A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting underserved youth by getting them outside and into the arts, Caldera was founded in 1996 by Dan […]
by Molly Jacques Calligraphy. It’s an ancient art that has taken a contemporary twist over the past decade. If you’re engaged in any form of social media (hello, #inspirationalquote!), you have most likely seen glimpses of new school calligraphers push the envelope with a new spin on a historical technique (just […]
by Valerie Seijas Infographics have had a renaissance over the past decade or so. While they certainly existed prior to 2005, a surge of social media and technological advancements has brought data and information to the forefront. Infographics tell a story with facts, making information more accessible to all. When […]
by Valerie Seijas Posters are a great (and often inexpensive) way to communicate with large-scale imagery. Illustrative or photographic, they’re a highly graphic medium used to draw attention, send a message, and decorate a space. From the music and movies to advertisements and travel, posters tell all kinds of stories. […]