kindness

Check out the animated adaptation of a commencement speech given by George Saunders at Syracuse University, May 2013. Illustrated by Tim Bierbaum. Excerpt What I regret most in my life are failures of kindness. Those moments when another human being was there, in front of me, suffering, and I responded…sensibly. Reservedly. Mildly. Or, to look at it fromContinue Reading “On the importance of kindness [short animation]”

dunked

Hearing the buzz around Dunked, the new product launched by the WP champion Orman Clark, I was keen to find out more about the project and was lucky enough to sit down for a chat  with the man himself in a new episode of Inspired Talks: What is Dunked and what does it do? Dunked isContinue Reading “Inspired Talks: Orman Clark”

long

Long Awaited is a new streewear brand founded in California. Right before their launch, we had the chance to chat with Sterling Root, one of the three cofounders, discussing how you can combine inspiration and aspirations to launch a coherent clothing brand.   Hi Sterling, what inspired you to create the Long Awaited clothing line?Continue Reading “Inspired Talks: Sterling Root on Launching the Long Awaited Streetwear Line”

alvin

After a long hiatus, we’re resuming out Inspired Talks series where we discuss inspiration sources and creativity with some of our favorite artists. This time we had the pleasure to interview Alvin Diec, one of the most prolific brand designers in the US with a brilliant taste for raw illustration. Check out some of hisContinue Reading “Inspired Talks: Alvin Diec”

crowd

This is a guest post by Tim Kridel of Digital Innovation Gazette Crowdfunding has taken off as a financing vehicle for a variety of projects, from music albums to software. Websites such as Kickstarter and IndieGoGo bring the funding appeal to the Internet public, and they sometimes even offer rewards to people who pledge support. Crowdfunding mayContinue Reading “A Place in the Crowd – Interview with Scott Steinberg of The Crowdfunding Bible”

blo0p

If you’ve been on the web in the past few months, and frequent design sites like Inspired, or social sites like Digg or Reddit, you’ve probably seen Andres Romero’s (aka Blo0p) recent work. He’s a young, talented, and we’d venture to say master illustrator – capable of taking simple ideas and objects and converting themContinue Reading “Superhero Interview – Andres Romero AKA Blo0p”