Alas, like all creatives, you are also prone to the comfort of routines, especially when your team grows and you have more assets and specific processes to follow. When this happens, it can become difficult to be objective about your work. It’s important to assess where you stand—what is the creative quality of your work and, more importantly, what must improve?
So much fun experimenting with folding, dip dyeing and tying. This is natural indigo dye and synthetic cyan. So easy to do at home. Have you ever tried it?
Craft Punk run workshops at The Powerhouse Museum. Their set up for screenprinting was so effective with three printing stations each using just one different colour. The screens had images on them already and there were some blank (open) ones too. Who needs a stencil when good ol’ masking tape works a treat for one…
Who knew my style of doodles during meetings have a ‘real’ name?! ZENTANGLE also known as yoga for the brain! http://ow.ly/9S0zT
I wish I lived in Melbourne: The Power of Unreasonable People: How Entrepreneurs Create Markets that Change the World http://t.co/T0QEVeE
I’m starting another creative community ‘The Artist’s Way’ Creative Cluster in Sydney for 9 July. You should come! http://meetu.ps/2x33V
I’ll be going to this on Tuesday 5 July Jazzgroove: Marty Weiczorek, Matt Keegan and Jess Green’s Bright Sparks – 505 http://bit.ly/m8xPds
Crafting for a Cause. Join me and the Crafty Wench Club for a crafting fundraiser for Japan http://meetu.ps/MFtJ
Haven’t you? (as seen in NYC)