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Retaining the freshness of the first paint stroke, French illustrator and designer Florian Nicolle uses the expression of the line to create free and spontaneous portraits.
Music is a good thing. But what we did not know until we started with the research for this piece: Music is also a pretty damn complex thing. This experimental animation is about the attempt to understand all the parts and bits of it.
Created by finally.
When we are presented with moments of crisis, large decisions or new opportunities often we find ourselves crippled by the lack of knowledge. We justify inaction with our insecurities in not knowing the right way to move forward. Or we trap ourselves in an endless search for knowledge to attempt to reassure our actions.
Over the course of my career and journey as an entrepreneur, I have learned that success and fulfillment is found when we push ourselves beyond our comfort zone. There is tremendous value in having knowledge ahead of time—I am now CPR certified—but simply taking action is often what it takes.
You don’t have to do it right. You just have to do something.
A beautifully written story that will hopefully inspire you to action. Success in life can be found by overcome your doubts and fears so that you can do something.
Exploring new styles and concepts, motionographer Tony Zagoraios beautifully composes a futuristic opening title for the Digitized 2012 design conference.