3 Ways Art Kept Me Sane During College

Most of our college careers are all about planning and structure. There’s a lot of putting yourself and your pleasures to the side in order to focus on what’s important. As if getting up in the morning shamefully early to work on papers, arranging meetings, communicating with professors, picking up side jobs, applying for internships, […]

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Carpe Inspiratio: Get Inspired

Take a look around and grab inspiration everywhere we turn. If we’re willing to observe, our muse can come from even the most unlikely of places. I think influences can sometimes even be unconscious, so sometimes it might be difficult to lay a finger on just what gets us motivated to create. Here are some […]

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Product Review: Website Troubles? Ask Lorem!

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Breaking the Boundaries of Fashion in Atlanta

How many of us imagined ourselves on the runway at a young age even though our passions were not in the field of fashion? Christina Yother took it a step further and saw her work on the runway instead. Yother is a graduate from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Atlanta campus, a school […]

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How to Be Productive and Kick the Creative Stereotype

There’s this stereotypical ethos around being a Creative: We wake up late in the afternoon, drink copious amounts of hipster-branded coffee, go about our days on a whim, acting as we need to, soaking up the evenings, until we crash at 3 a.m. We try to live a lifestyle that invites the world to speak […]

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Artist Roundup: Engineer with a passion for photography

This week, we’re introducing our next artist: Mike Glatzer! Glatzer picked up a camera at 15 years old, but older Glatzer not only wanted to pursue photography but engineering. The awesome ending to this story is that he now gets to do both. That’s hustle. How did you start doing what you’re doing? Which thing?! […]

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