BLOG*February 23, 2010

Matt Mahurin It was 1979 and the assignment given by the teacher in my Art Center College of Design illustration class was to create a black and white drawing of a mysterious meeting using two point perspective. All the students accomplished the assignment with varying degrees of success using images...

BLOG*February 16, 2010

ARTIST art·ist [ahr-tist] –noun 1. a person who produces works in any of the arts that are primarily subject to aesthetic criteria. 2. a person who practices one of the fine arts. 3. a person whose trade or profession requires a knowledge of design, drawing, painting, etc.: a commercial artist....

BLOG*February 9, 2010

Understanding the history behind life styles, and economic models we grew up with, can help us create new ones. Award-winning writer, documentary filmmaker and scholar Douglas Rushkoff explains how the history of the corporation has colored the way we approach commerce, and how its up to us to create a...

BLOG*February 1, 2010

Learning to create a new economic paradigm for yourself can feel daunting. We all want to relax in the lap of corporate and economic models we were brought up with. There is security knowing we are going to be taken care of by larger business entities that have planned for...