More Creative Play

Sure, studying creativity is important. But playing is even more important. Johnathan Feinstein does both, but you will enjoy noodling with his geometric elements to make abstract collages with your keyboard.

Read a lot? Make a multi-strand bookmark to keep track of all the parts of a book you love.

“Illustration Friday is a weekly creative outlet/participatory art exhibit for illustrators and artists of all skill levels. It was designed to challenge participants creatively. We believe that every person has a little creative bone in their body. Illustration Friday just gives a no-pressure, fun excuse to use it. It’s a chance to experiment and explore and play with visual art. So welcome, novices and pros alike” –From the website.

Love fabric art? Check out this blog. Scroll down to see the fabric teapots!

Wabi-Sabi is a fascination for me. The Japanese aesthetic of honoring the old, worn, and incomplete lead to quiet creativity and simplicity. Some resources for those who want to explore wabi-sabi.

Remember your prom? These kids will. They went to “Stuck at the Prom” and they made their prom clothes entirely of duct tape. Dresses, tuxes, shoes, purses, wraps (pun intended) all made of duct tape. Who knew it came in so many colors? Sponsored by Duck brand duct tape.

Wish you could find a website dedicated to Photo Shop techniques for artists? Get busy, you have lots to look at!

–Quinn McDonald is an artist, writer and certified creativity coach. See her work at QuinnCreative.com

3 thoughts on “More Creative Play

  1. What a great idea–a prom dress made of duct tape! When I saw the pictures, I was astonished at the variety of styles and the incredibly smart construction–I’m always cheered when I hear about creativity like this.

  2. When my second son was in high school, his best friend made his prom tux out of duct tape- and his date had a duct tape dress. I remember he brought it over here to work on it and it was amazing. It really was fun!

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