Merry Christmas everyone! As we celebrate today, I wanted to take a moment to share why I celebrate a day like today. I understand not everyone will agree with me as we come from many different backgrounds and religious viewpoints. But, for me and my family, Christmas is all about a God.
With recent tragedies in our own country, I’m reminded all the more why today is so important. Christmas is the day we celebrate God seeing our hurt, pain and suffering and offered us an alternative. He could have left us to our own destruction and hopelessness, but, the great news is – he didn’t.
Bobby McFerrin “playing” the audience like an instrument by using their presumed expectations. This would be fun to try!
Unless, the very idea of a project this big and detailed, sends your head spinning like it does mine.
I have a friend who owns a vinyl design company. She does an amazing job and designs wall art and signage for businesses in a similar way to how this giant project for Sony Music was created. After seeing this video, I think I need to shadow her for an afternoon to sit in awe while I watch her work.
So Monday’s almost over, but maybe this will carry you through tomorrow?
Yesterday my husband and I found ourselves sitting around the lunch table with friends watching Felix Baumgartner accomplish one of his life’s goals… jumping from the top of the earth’s stratosphere and being the first human to break the sound barrier on his way down without any external protection other than the spacesuit he’d be wearing.
For our next featured creative in the “Ask The Artist” series, I’m excited to introduce you to Micah Brown, Creative Director and President of Second Wind Creative! Micah is an established filmmaker and two-time Emmy award-winner.
Over the next three days, Micah will be taking your questions through the comment section of this blog and the ENM Creative Facebook page. So, if you have questions, go ahead and ask! You have until this Thursday at Midnight.
Here’s another Monday morning pick-me-up for you featuring author, Neil Gaiman. He’s the winner of many awards including: the Hugo, Nebula, Newbery Medal, and Carnegie Medal in Literature. Some of his most popular works include the novels Stardust and Coraline.