Many designers around the world understand that creative thinking can make a difference, and yet only a few people outside of the creative field understand the difference it can make. This publication by Keri Smith takes a long term view to solve the community’s creative deficit, by inspiring the next generation to creatively challenge the status quo via exploring ideas and process that are in our everyday.
Wreck this Journal
ISBN 978 0141 97614 3
The music of Thom Yorke, Johnny Winter and Radiohead has spirited a generation of designers to get lost in their heads, by continually demonstrating where quality creativity and collaboration can go.
Suspirium by Thom Yorke, taken from Suspiria, music for the Luca Guadagnino film is an animation work by RUFFMERCY. The simplicity, the visual charge of the crunchy dancer getting lost in Yorke’s dreamy piano is a sublime example of image-making complimenting a musical gesture.
A cat lover Peter Gutter lived near a hazardous local road. After 11 cats were struck and killed, Peter put his mind to preventing this personal tragedy.
Peter’s idea was to slow the traffic down. Some would lobby the local council for speed humps and signs; Peter drew from his Dutch heritage and love of colour to a create an unforgettable spectacle. A forty-year quest for peace-of-mind inspired an unconventional landmark.