habit zero #048

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the challenge   The Seed I picked today for my creative exploration is the Chameleon Seed. The most immediate association it creates is of something that changes colors (although, as you might guess, this is just one possible association). With that in mind, I went out to observe.

habit zero #041

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the challenge   Today I decided to play a little more with the Remix Seed and the Colorize Prism. But unlike what I did yesterday, today I decided to write something instead of looking for a visual insight. So, let’s add to this mix another constraint: writing an ultra short story with exactly 50 words — no more and no less. And of course the story should be inspired by the Remix Seed and by the color of the Seed.

habit zero #040

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the challenge   Today I am playing with the Colorize Prism which introduces an arbitrary constraint to the creative exploration. My challenge is to capture an Insight inspired by the Seed’s title, but at the same time, the Insight must include a touch of the color of the Seed.

habit zero #033

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the challenge   I love this song by Suzanne Vega. And my love for it starts with its title. It’s enigmatic and sad, and it makes me wonder and imagine. Whether or not you know the song, this title makes a perfect Seed. So, today I will play with it and see if I can find small blue things. Here we go…

habit zero #015

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the challenge   The creative task I did yesterday started with three Seeds, which inspired three Insights, which in turn helped me write a short story. Compared to that, my challenge for today is super-simple: a creative exploration based on a single Seed: the Pastel Seed. But this does not mean that this challenge will not be meaningful or effective. So my personal take-off on this simple task is to find Insights with more than meets the eye.

Paint the World

Lidor WyssockyDaily Creative Challenge

Colors are everywhere but are we really noticing them? Can we use colors to give a new interpretation to what we see? Let’s find out.

An Original Kandinsky

Lidor WyssockyDaily Creative Challenge

Our world is full of colors. Most of the time we take this fact for granted, and we fail to notice and appreciate them. But today this is about to change as we are going to explore the world for specific colors.