• Art
  • Shopping Cart Art

    Dumped supermarket trolleys litter our rivers and canals. Now one artist is rescuing them, to create these incredible wire sculptures that celebrate our water wildlife… Awesome work! [Link via KM through email]

    By Arun Verma September 1, 2006 2 Comments
  • Articles
  • Cultivating Creative Passion At Work

    Came across this interesting post today by Adrain Furnham.  In the post, Adrian questions whether creativity workshops really work in the ‘stess industry’. “For management consultants the stress industry is a nice little earner. Everyone in IT likes to believe that they are acutely, chronically, unfairly and uniquely stressed at work. Further they are certain […]

    By Arun Verma August 31, 2006 4 Comments
  • Creativity
  • Root Artist

    David Flood is a sculptor creating contemporary, abstract, fine art wood sculpture at his studio in Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA. His work evokes philosophers stones. He works with naturally formed pieces of wood using a subtractive and sometimes reconstructive technique to reveal inherent aesthetic qualities such as organic form, texture, and color. Philosophers stones are akin […]

    By Arun Verma July 10, 2006 5 Comments
  • Creativity
  • Thong Bikini Piano

    If you’re looking for a time waster this week, look no further than OOOOOOUCH.COM. The concept is pretty darn intuitive and definitely viral so don’t be surprised if you see this wind up in your inbox. Each bikini clad cutie corresponds to a piano note, allowing users to craft a little jingle. Record your best […]

    By Arun Verma July 4, 2006 Leave a comment
  • Links
  • New Link – Whateverland

    A new link has been added to my blogroll. Whateverland by Archie Florcruz – some of the best photography I’ve seen in blogdom. Check it out!

    By Arun Verma February 2, 2006 3 Comments
  • Creativity
  • Probably The ‘Easiest’ Way To Get More Ideas

    I’d share an extremely easy and convenient way I’ve recently uncovered to get more quality ideas, the “Portable Memory Bank”. This is not my idea–I read about it in “The Einstein Factor” by Dr. Win Wenger and he attributes it to others, including Michael Faraday and Albert Einstein. Manoj Vijayan talks about the “Portable Memory […]

    By Arun Verma November 25, 2005 8 Comments
  • Articles
  • On Being Creative

    Gaynor writes on the wonderful feeling she experiences when she sees someone creating from the heart, for the joy of creating. Read this excellent post here.

    By Arun Verma November 17, 2005 Leave a comment
  • Articles
  • Building Your Creativity

    “Understand and accept the fact that you are a creative person, and that you are capable of being even more creative. Creativity is not restricted to a few and can be practiced with wonderful results.” I came across a very interesting article by Gautam Ghosh on building your creativity. Read the article here.

    By Arun Verma November 14, 2005 2 Comments