If you're supposed to be creative right now, but for some reason you find yourself here instead, rest assured that the half hour wasted on watching John Cleese talk about creativity is actually not a waste, but you might even be able to chalk it up as billable time if you manage to get your client or boss to watch it too. Especially since it also includes some tips on how to stamp out creativity and control uppity creatives in the organization. So without further ado, here's Monty Python's John Cleese:
April 24, 2012
April 4, 2012
Ariat's site this week. An image for Western Boots involving a pretty Western girl on a magic horse to be made out of the fancy embroidery you see on the side of these boots. Warhorse meet fashion challenge. Since the image is to be seen in Western lifestyle magazines and speaking to an audience quite knowledgeable about horses, it's probably needless to say, I learned a few things about horse anatomy and equestarian jargon in the process. This gig also gave us a chance to team up with the incredibly talented Claudia Götzelmann again to create the beauty shot of the girl. If you're familiar with this blog, or just the Raygun work, you may remember Claudia's name from the collaboration a while back with Pacifica, the water goddess. Something we just riffed on back then to explore how CGI could mesh up with fashion photography. And here we had our chance to collaborate on a real job. Take a look behind the scenes, outtakes from the shoot and a bit of the process that led up to the final image. Giddy up!
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