“Having a warm tool in your hand says, something,” the founder and CEO of FiftyThree explains from the company’s New York City office, where drawing boards, chalkboards, and art bedeck the walls. “The human mind working in conjunction with the hand spurs creativity."
"The app, which is only available on iOS for now and will soon get a web component, is already gaining traction. Since launching in beta six months ago, OKDOTHIS has already seen thousands of photos uploaded."
"Meet OKDOTHIS. The photo app that brings idea sharing to your camera screen. Song credit: The Hawk In Paris Learn more at www.OKDOTHIS.com"
craig daniels's insight:
I have yet to try this but I'm downloading it as soon as I publish this post. This looks like a nice little app to add to your creative chest.
And while you are downloading it check out the review at FastCompany titled Creative Block
In another proofpoint the creative economy is not banished to the sidelines, art and hacking come together in London in one of the largest Art Hacks designed to bring into focus digital innovation through art. The Space, is a new London creative online platform to showcase new digital art and is backed [...]
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You’re in the shower. The water sounds like a gentle, rainy static, and feels like a Plinko massage. You’ve just started to lather up and suddenly, you’re hit with a flash of brilliance. Maybe it’s the answer to a vexing problem at work, the location of your lost USB drive, or perhaps it’s just a random, inconsequential…
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