Style hardly develops by simply wishing your work looked a certain way. It develops by trying things, making mistakes and being conscious of the process.
I believe all sentient beings are creative beings. If that weren’t so I don’t think there would be a Facebook or Instagram, bicycles, ice cream or bologna.
So maybe you’ve been inspired by Aaron Nace, but when you compare yourself to him you realize he has over a million subscribers and your idea seems an utterly impossible reality.
My kids tell me what the characters are doing at the moment – and the moments after the picture is drawn.
Each time we allow ourselves to dream, we solidify something and discover a piece of who we were meant to become…
When we diddle daddle around our work and let it string haphazardly along, we’ve likely forgotten an essential fact: we might not be around much longer to finish it.
I don’t know what made me more nervous: my first real photo shoot with a model or having my 70-year-old mom along as my assistant.
A visual exploration of why we launched a magazine and how we aim to inspire the Phamily through everything we share. Illustrated by Jimmy Lazer.
Beyond photo-focused tutorials, we asked ourselves: How might we nurture even more creativity within this remarkable group?
Once you learn the hard way, that information sticks with you forever. This new outlook informed everything I touched artistically from then on.