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Jan 21, 2013
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The Campaign for the Accurate Measurement of Creativity by Craighton Berman — Kickstarter

Every day professional “creatives” spend their waking hours sketching, writing, doodling, brainstorming, drawing, and scribbling on paper—hoping that their next amazing idea will eventually appear. This process fuels a unique angst in the modern-day artist; they spend most of their time merely thinking about what to make with nothing physical to show other than a pile of sketches. Can you get credit for creative effort without showing an end product? How is your boss going to know that you spent most of the day working and not just surfing Tumblr? How can you prove to your clients that your rates are justified despite the absence of actual finished work? Can creative output really be measured?

Fun (and totally goofy) idea.

(cf. David Rees + Hemingway: “Wearing down seven number-two pencils is a good day’s work.”)

Mar 12, 2012
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Visual notes of our Everything is a Remix so Steal Like An Artist SXSW panel.

We were very lucky to have not one but four talented visual note-takers at our panel (in order): Craighton Berman, Gerren Lamson, Mike Rohde, and Paul Soupiset.

So cool. Makes me want to take my own again…

Jun 22, 2011
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Craighton Berman sketchnotes Alec Baldwin’s motivational speech from Glengarry Glen Ross.

Craighton Berman sketchnotes Alec Baldwin’s motivational speech from Glengarry Glen Ross.

(via fueledbycoffee)

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