VIEW Awards Contest – Finally prove you’re good at art

Your Shot at the 2012 VIEW AWARD Contest The 2012 VIEW AWARD’s are ready to come out in full! Breaking free from its international tradition, the 2012 VIEW AWARD’s are opening up their doors to new themes, subjects, and a wider audience of contestants! Now, I am sure you are wondering about the 2012 VIEW … Continue reading VIEW Awards Contest – Finally prove you’re good at art

Filmmaker Spotlight: Dan Chan – Ugly Films for Ugly People

Ah, the seasons are changing from beautiful autumn to the cold, brutal and death-worshipping icy winds of winter. In the spirit of change CreativeFluff is boldly moving towards new horizon’s instead of lying dormant this year. We’ve had the opportunity to connect with amazing, up-and-coming artists all over the world who deserve exposure for their … Continue reading Filmmaker Spotlight: Dan Chan – Ugly Films for Ugly People

12 Days of Christmas Gifts for Artists

Ahaha! It’s 02:24am on the 13th of December and thanks to some shoddy preview images  the swearing ban has now been lifted! Let the curses roll forth with the fury of a thousand storms! Winterfell! Oh, also here’s an article on gifts for designers and artists. Sadly, you can’t buy talent, but this wish list … Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas Gifts for Artists

2011 Holiday Gift Guide for Men

Gift giving for men is undoubtedly one of the single most nebulous and daunting tasks of the holiday season. Will he like this shirt? Probably not. Is it weird to buy him cologne? Yes. Will he actually carry this man purse?? Please… Why can’t I just buy him beer?!?! So I set out to debunk … Continue reading 2011 Holiday Gift Guide for Men

Gamification Will Eat Your Family: A Response to Harmtemolder

Having had this post brought to my attention I expected one thing & instead found this post telling me something exists that he had just heard explained to him at a talk. The first thought through my head was: man, are they behind the times. I first heard about it in this talk given by Jesse Schell early last year, which ends with him describing what amounts to a nightmare scenario of Huxlian proportions. Gamification is the new buzzword term that has been on the lips of business and marketing professionals for the last few months. The idea is that video games are so engaging and have seemingly sprung out of nowhere in such a short amount of time to take our dollars, time and attention. Of course like all buzzwords it is repeated often with little to no understanding of what it is, or why it worked in the first place.