Veronica Diniz

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Intu – Corporate Identity by Heydays

Intu – Accounting and Consultant Corporate Identity.<p>Here we are back with another successful corporate identity project developed by Heydays, an …

How To Stay Sane: The Art of Revising Your Inner Storytelling

<i>“I pray to Jesus to preserve my sanity,”</i> Jack Kerouac professed in discussing his writing routine. But those of us who fall on the more secular end of the spectrum might need a slightly more potent sanity-preservation tool than prayer. That’s precisely what writer and psychotherapist <b>Philippa Perry</b> …

Make Good Art: Neil Gaiman’s Advice on the Creative Life, Adapted by Design Legend Chip Kidd

Among the greatest commencement addresses of all time is an extraordinary speech beloved author Neil Gaiman delivered in May of 2012 at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. So potent and enlivening was his advice on courage and the creative life that the speech was adapted into <b>Make Good Art</b></i> …

The Psychology of How Mind-Wandering and “Positive Constructive Daydreaming” Boost Our Creativity and Social Skills

Freud asserted that daydreaming is essential to creative writing — something a number of famous creators and theorists intuited in asserting that unconscious processing is essential to how creativity works, from T. S. Eliot’s notion of “idea incubation” to Alexander Graham Bell’s “unconscious …

The Art of “Creative Sleep”: Stephen King on Writing and Wakeful Dreaming

<i>“Sleep is the greatest creative aphrodisiac,”</i> a wise woman once said. Indeed, we already know that dreaming regulates our negative emotions and “positive constructive daydreaming” enhances our creativity, while a misaligned sleep cycle is enormously mentally crippling. But can a sleep-like state in …

Ray Bradbury on Writing, Emotion vs. Intelligence, and the Core of Creativity

Between 1973 and 1974, journalist James Day hosted the short-lived but wonderful public television interview series <i>Day at Night</i>. Among his guests was the inimitable Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920–June 5, 2012) — beloved writer, man of routine, tireless champion of space exploration, patron saint of …

Going Solo: A Brief History of Living Alone and the Enduring Social Stigma Around Singletons

In the 4th century BC, Aristotle admonished:<p>The man who is isolated, who is unable to share in the benefits of political association, or has no need to share because he is already self-sufficient, is no part of the polis, and must therefore be either a beast or a god.<p>Indeed, the ancient world held …

Forum Frenzy: Interview Tips for Young Designers

Preparing for an interview can be daunting. Even more so if you are a fresh grad going on your first round of professional interviews. Daniel Teng …

Ugmonk by Jeff Sheldon

Jeff Sheldon is the face behind the t-shirt brand of Ugmonk. Graduated in 2008, Jeff always had a passion for all things design. What started as a …

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Graphic Poster Designs by Thomas Ciszewski for Isometric Exhibition

Isometric Exhibition Posters.<p>Thomas Ciszewski created these stunning posters for the Isometric Exhibition in Paris. Thomas Ciszewski is a Paris-based …