The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “creativity”

OpenIDEO: Collaborative Design for Social Good
OpenIDEO: Collaborative Design for Social Good

A global drawing board, or what your DQ has to do with making the world a better place.

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Office Supply Art: Magical Mosaics Made of Unusual Objects
Office Supply Art: Magical Mosaics Made of Unusual Objects

What Leonardo da Vinci has to do with film noir and the Guinness Book of Records.

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The Creators Project
The Creators Project

Brazilian digital graffiti, Korean engineering and the evolution of modern art.

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The Transformative Power of Personal Projects
The Transformative Power of Personal Projects

Time-stretching, self-funding, and why you should never underestimate grassroots creativity.

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Creativity for Sustainability: Glove Love
Creativity for Sustainability: Glove Love

All gloves are off in the war on climate change, or what models have to do with natural history.

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7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers
7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers

Design imperialism, what gender equality has to do with military spending, and where 185 pig parts go.

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Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape
Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape

From basement art to media glory, or why ones and zeros are the new chalk.

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Crowdfunding for Creativity
Crowdfunding for Creativity

Success via strangers, or what Transylvania has to do with an 8-bit tribute to Miles Davis.

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A Metaphor for Creativity: 5 Shapes, 3520 Artworks
A Metaphor for Creativity: 5 Shapes, 3520 Artworks

Why ideas are like pieces of leather and what sneakers have to do with your capacity for creativity.

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Art Meets Science: They Might Be Giants’ Creative Education
Art Meets Science: They Might Be Giants’ Creative Education

What paleontology has to do with stop-motion animation and kindergartners.

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