There’s nothing like attending one of the many creative workshops available in Edmonton to get your creative juices flowing.
Creativity comes in all forms. We decided to let our creativity loose in the kitchen. Back in December, we took some time to work on a bit of a passion project of ours. It was something the entire KEEN team had a hand in creating, and we’re so proud of the result! Introducing, the KEEN Cookbook!
If you are an avid user of social media (namely Instagram, Twitter, or Dribbble), you may already be familiar with daily creative challenges. These are challenges set out by individuals to do or create one thing everyday for a certain number of days. What is created varies depending on each person’s personal interests and it really could be anything: drawing an illustration everyday for a year, creating an animated GIF each day for a hundred days, or taking one photo a day.
As creatives, we can all relate to hitting “the wall” or the “design rut” at some point in our careers. Maybe it’s at the start of a project and the design brief just isn’t speaking to you. Or perhaps it hits you midway through the process and things aren’t jiving like they used to. At KEEN we all work together to keep each other inspired. Sometimes it involves an impromptu brainstorm, some research, or passing the project over to some fresh eyes.
Have you ever worked at something SO HARD? How did it feel when you were done? Wonderful. Rewarding. Satisfying. I’ll bet. I know the feeling. I (Lon) was chosen as one of 32 local artists to have my artwork displayed on billboards and LRT stations across Edmonton for #YEGCANVAS. On Tuesday, December 8th the
The cat’s out of the Bag! OR, more appropriately, the art’s out of the gallery! AND onto the streets!
I recently listened to Rob Lowe on the Nerdist Podcast (best podcast ever, by the way, check it out!), and there was one little gold nugget of wisdom that stood out to me:
Aaron Draplin Workshop “Logo Tips, Tricks, Triumphs, Turds, Threats, and Tales from the DDC”