Creative Wavelength

May 2, 2016 | Creative Wavelength

Are you ready for another Monday? I’m coming at you this week with a new Creative Wavelength, my latest art, design and creativity-related finds from around the internet. Let’s jump right in and get the creative juices flowing:


These shattered glass animal sculptures by Marta Klonowska are amazingly intricate.



I can’t stop looking at the fantastical sculpture work of Forest Rogers.



Illustrator Marta Altés finds a new way to use her pencils.



This is my new favorite comic series: Designer Problems.


⇒ The annual 36 Days of Type challenge is winding to a close. Catch up with the hashtag on Instagram (I’ve also been participating).

Creative Chronicles: The Battle for Quality Over Quantity. Shauna nails it once again.

Nobody Cares How Hard You Work. “We chronically confuse the feeling of effort with the reality of results—and for anyone working in a creative field, that means the constant risk of frittering time and energy on busywork, instead of the work that counts.”

⇒ If you’ve ever wondered how someone with color blindness sees your work, now you can simulate it with Color Oracle.

There is no quick fix for expertise. Preach it!

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Have you found any amazing art or creative articles lately? Share with me in the comments!



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