Category Archives: Creativity and Possibility

Change the World: One Second Everyday. Cesar Kuriyama’s Project

Do you ever feel frustrated by the amount of time you spend not doing creative things that you enjoy, and that nourish you?  Or, that you live your life at a distance, not fully engaged, or present, effectively losing your life, because you are physically or mentally somewhere else? Check … Read more




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100 Big Ideas. Designing Play: An ode to chance and luck

With the expertise of French naval architect Francois Rougier, artist Max Mulhern has created what he calls, Aqua Dice. They look just like dice– if dice were large bright orange phosphorescent cubes with royal blue spots. They are bio-composites and 100% recyclable. On the Aqua Dice website, he coins the lovely … Read more




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Walking Every Block in New York City to Unknow

Do you think you know the city or town where you live? Matt Green is walking every single block in New York City. When he’s done, he’ll have traveled more than 8000 miles on foot.  His goal? To know nothing. In an article he penned in GOOD, fellow traveler Green … Read more




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Urban Explorers: Hidden Cities – A Memoir of Urban Exploration

Our species’ curiosity leads us to explore nature and the wilderness, searching to see and experience something new. History books and documentaries are chock full of stories of the places humans have gone to discover and experience that which they could not in their ordinary lives. Why do we only … Read more




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Design is a Hotspot of Creativity: Brooklyn-Based Situ Studio’s Heart Walk From Hurricane Sandy

The world of design is a hotspot of creativity, and provides great opportunities to learn about the ways that people make and practice possibility. I am spending some time looking through the lenses of some great designers these days, and some of them are New York’s own. The creators of … Read more




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The Buildings in New York: That I’ve Drawn So Far (or creativity can be the cure for what overwhelmes you)

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the mass of buildings that is New York City?  If you  think about it, it is amazing that the mass of buildings (and people) sit on this proportionally tiny island, so close together, and almost everywhere you look.  It can all seem so impersonal … Read more




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