Ramon Espantaleon's architecture and interior designer background has served him well in exploring his creativity in a variety of materials such as bronze, resin, wood, and porcelain. Not to forget, photography as well.
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BY FEDERICO GAGGIO
@ VOL 114
ON MAY 28, 2014
With an educational background in graphic design and a career in brand building, Federico Gaggio shares his inspirations and idols he's met along the way- from teachers to friends, and graphic designers to film directors. Moving between Milan, New York City, Paris and most recently, London, Federico has learned from a wide range of creative minds.
Re-Cycled Narratives - The Secret Lives of Found Objects
BY COELYNN MCININCH
Presenter Coelynn McIninch shares her creative process that elevates simple found objects into tiny narrative treasures.
This Guy is NOT Creative
BY BOB SOMERS
@ VOL 30
ON MAY 11, 2017
"I started to get a feeling that creativity didn't have to happen as that brush stroke that Bob Ross did, but it became something more than that.
In "This Guy Is NOT Creative" From PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol. 30, Bob Somers, having been surrounded by talented people since his younger years, claims to not have a single creative bone in his body. Inspired by the famous artist, Bob Ross and the people around him, Bob found his passion in architecture and has discovered that there is more to creativity than meets the eye.
From Business to Photography
BY HECTOR TORRES
@ VOL 34
ON APR 20, 2017
Hector Torres had big dreams to follow in his parents foot steps in business, but found real weath and happiness in photography. After having worked both the creative and commerical side of photography, he later opened his own Shoin Studio in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood.
Arquitectura Expandida - Creative Resistance
BY ARQUITECTURA EXPANDIDA
@ VOL 14
ON SEP 15, 2016
Arquitectura Expandida is a collective working on symbolic and affective strategies empowering the DIY culture for creative resistance to social exclusion through interventions on the public space in collaboration with the community. Find out more inspiring projects at their website.
BY LIS CHERE THOMAS
@ VOL 29
ON SEP 20, 2016
Lis Chere Thomas is a Detroit-based contemporary circus artist with a creative interpretation of the laws of physics and an above-average appreciation of physical pain. In her words, "art hurts." Lis teaches and performs on aerial fabric, lyra (aerial hoop) and trapeze. She particularly enjoys invented apparatus, multimedia collaborations and performing in unusual locations.