currently bouncing ideas around… had a new post written up and it disappeared. There may be a new contributor coming aboard. This blog is not dead.
All things evolve and so have my ideas. I felt too much of a limitation striving to focus on one market. I will still strive to deliver the substance I want to deliver which is local creativity throughout the Dallas Area. I want to show you that you don’t have to go far to find something you like. Although I also have decided I am going to break my rules, if I had any and post really what I would like to post. Maybe what I have found interesting as you will find at the end of this, some music, or something random.
I found this website/APP that is very unique in the way it sets up its stations. It could be your morning commute, your mood, or just waking up. You are then given various choices on types of music you can listen to. Take some time and check it out because I think it is amazing and so should you.
If you’re actually reading this. I will have a post out shortly, I have been super busy (lazy) you can pick
This video was made by a young aspiring film maker from Dallas, Carlos Garcia Jr… He creates his stories with the intention of developing an opinion about the world we live in today. One thing Carlos has said is that he has enough faith in the audience’s thought process, so that he doesn’t have to reveal the entirety of his message and hopes the audience can come up with their own interpretation of his work. Carlos also has an idea that all Art regardless of medium must say something. This short film titled ‘Civilian’ was inspired by “The Happiest Day,” a poem written by Edgar Allen Poe. You can find more of his videos on vimeo, and he is also on facebook. In the video is Andrew Calucag, Jodi York, and Will Tran. Hope you enjoy!