What does it take for a photograph, or anything else, to be considered art? We look at both sides of the argument and let you make your decision.
The terrorist organization we refer to as Daesh is using the popularity of clothing to spread its message and increase its ranks. This is scary. Please, look.
As many celebrate their belief in a supernatural event, may we also consider that the deity being celebrated is one of our own construction, and so are the others.
March 25 is the designated Day Against Advertising. I get it. However, asking creatives to quit their jobs in advertising is irresponsible, among other problems.
Pole dancing is proving to be an effective form of communication in some of the most surprising of places. Maybe even church. Take a look.
Five years can be a long time for a model to be away from the camera, but in this instance, the difference is positively beautiful. Take a look.
A friend’s Facebook post reminded me of how much I used to be about shattering boxes and illuminated how much I’ve not. Today, we return. Boxes, you’ve been warned.
Most things don’t work. We try, fail, and our creative frustration grows to the point we give up. You have to not allow failure to affect your sense of self..
Creativity without quality is of little use and quality cannot be mass produced. Art does not work on a volume scale. There’s a reason masterpieces are rare.
To be truly creative, to make something that is different enough to impact our culture, means being willing to take risks and make sacrifices that are uncomfortable.
Where we strive for perfection we fail. Where we allow ourselves to be creative, we still may not succeed but we are more likely to try again. Take a look.
I didn’t watch the Oscars last night. I didn’t have any reason to care. Why? Our popular culture has imploded with boredom and we need to fix it. Now.
There’s nothing quite like starting the day out clean, but for most of us a shower isn’t enough, we need to clean what’s on the inside as well. Take a look.
Art models don’t get a lot of fame or glory, so when we found a Snickers Crispers ad featuring an art model, we had to say something. Take a look.
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