Leave a day for mistakes.

It's crazy when I see all this buzz about grind, hustle and go. I love a good fire up, but it feels sometimes that's a perfect cause for us too feel bad when he had all the go inside us, we worked or thought we had and fall short of our expectation.

This year I'm setting up a weekly fail day.

Not based on the idea of "Oh well" or just being too forgiving.

But a day where I really try to get that sketch, idea, project or whatever in momentum and if I fall short then I can accept just for one day at least to forgive myself. Just to remember being imperfect and rest in that position.

 

The agile creative workspace

I have a space dedicated to creative work and solitude you could say.

Having a space for that life to flow feels comforting but more and more I'm finding my space tends to move with me and I'm getting adjusted to this way of work.

My space was never big to begin so there isn't much wasted in that area. There is a small collection of books I reference time to time and some tools that I use that support basic needs of projects.

We tend to think that our studio is rock solid and that only our minds can work in that certain area and it's true having that supports creativity. However, I don't think it's all lost when we carry our laptop to in the kitchen or going to a local coffee shop.

I would argue, that training our brain and tuning into outside experiences can serve our work well and that being an agile creative can extend our creative muscle just as much as home base. 

Film Fest Collab/New Cards in Store and Etsy

Valentine's Day/Basketball Birthday Cards

New greeting cards available on the store site or can download them on my Etsy shop.

 

Fifth Annual Tree City Film Festival T-Shirt & Poster Designs

My brother Josh co-directs the Tree City Film Festival every year in Sylvania, Ohio. I was asked by him this year to help provide an illustrative design that was inspired by nature as the festival was taking place at Olander Park. The project was amazing to work on and was well received. I'm thankful for the opportunity and hope to work on more in the future.