The basic elements of creativity: copy, transform, combine. By Kirby Ferguson.| Via: explore-blog 

The basic elements of creativity: copy, transform, combine. By Kirby Ferguson.| Via: explore-blog 

(Source: explore-blog)

Tags: creatividad

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  1. Space (“You can’t become playful, and therefore creative, if you’re under your usual pressures.”)
  2. Time (“It’s not enough to create space; you have to create your space for a specific period of time.”)
  3. Time (“Giving your mind as long as possible to come up with something original,” and learning to tolerate the discomfort of pondering time and indecision.)
  4. Confidence (“Nothing will stop you being creative so effectively as the fear of making a mistake.”)
  5. Humor (“The main evolutionary significance of humor is that it gets us from the closed mode to the open mode quicker than anything else.”)

Tags: creatividad

100 imágenes de arte urbano. | 100 images of urban art.Via: @eduardbernal 

100 imágenes de arte urbano. | 100 images of urban art.
Via: @eduardbernal 

From buttons to bowls! Check out this creative piece.
unconsumption:

Everyone collects those extra buttons that come with new shirts, but what can you do with them? Use buttons to make bowls! Inigo Canedo, an industrial designer from Mexico, has created this beautiful and resourceful piece of artwork by simply gluing buttons together over a round object. Using colorful yet translucent buttons allows light to shine through, so the beauty of the bowl can be seen on the surfaces around it, too. 
(via Bonkers About Buttons: Knoop Button Bowl)

From buttons to bowls! Check out this creative piece.

unconsumption:

Everyone collects those extra buttons that come with new shirts, but what can you do with them? Use buttons to make bowls! Inigo Canedo, an industrial designer from Mexico, has created this beautiful and resourceful piece of artwork by simply gluing buttons together over a round object. Using colorful yet translucent buttons allows light to shine through, so the beauty of the bowl can be seen on the surfaces around it, too. 

(via Bonkers About Buttons: Knoop Button Bowl)

laughingsquid:

Numabookcat: A Mobile Pop-up Book Shop

"This Simple Block of Wood Can Tell You the Time
The Knock Clock is pretty ingenious, what with its knock-knock get the time action, but I can’t help but feel sad for the little woodpecker trapped within. Not even a single air hole. How long does he have?  I’d say about three of four knocks worth. Until that time, let’s close this post out with the specifics on this simple little clock. 

Created by three Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design students in about 48 hours for a competition, the clock tells you the time of day (to the quarter hour) after you knock on the top twice. Placing a hand over the sensor near the corner sets the alarm function. The alarm function also features—you guessed it—more knocking. [Adafruit via MAKE ]”

Source: Gizmodo

"The Bathboard is a too-good-to-be-true design. It has all the makings of an excellent bathtub; one, which folds up and holds enough water for a good soak. But my only worry is that will the framework take the weight of water + the person using it? For the moment lets just consider this, the tub is made from foam rubber treated to be very elastic and spongy. It weighs less than 3 kgs and juts out only 12-cms from the wall. A flexible drainpipe starts above the central point of the tub, making it easy to fold up. So back again to my question, can we have this design workable for the cause of bathing luxury in limited spaces? If yes, then I surely want one."

Design: Sylwia Ulicka Rivera 
Source:  Yanko Design

Campaign Brief Asia | Hear every intricate detail

DDB Hong Kong has created a new campaign for Westone Earphones, entitled: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky. The campaign is based on the simple idea: With Westone earphones, you hear every single note and every intricate detail.

Source: ibelieveinadv & campaign brief asia

szymon:

Coke VS Coke light by DDB, Stockholm, Sweden

szymon:

Coke VS Coke light by DDB, Stockholm, Sweden

(via emergentfutures)

(Source: loverules)

radarqnet:

Cityscape window
/via ummhello

radarqnet:

Cityscape window

/via ummhello


World map that allows you to scratch off the places you’ve already visited.

World map that allows you to scratch off the places you’ve already visited.

(via loveyourchaos)

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floresenelatico:

“DELETE!” by steinbrener/dempf (2005 in vienna)

read more about this project: http://www.steinbrener-dempf.com/index.php?article_id=5

floresenelatico:

“DELETE!” by steinbrener/dempf (2005 in vienna)

read more about this project: http://www.steinbrener-dempf.com/index.php?article_id=5

(Source: visual-poetry)

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Akut, Vandalog