Monthly Archives: May 2016

On Avoiding Creative Pitfalls

We were brought up with a romanticized notion of creativity as the personality trait of painters, musicians, and writers. However, Sir Ken Robinson defines creativity as “the process of having original ideas that have value.” It is merely a state of critical thinking. These ideas come as a result of a problem that needs to be solved,

An Interview with Tim Brennan

Last week, Tim Brennan let us harass him via email. He talked to us about sign painting, about being an artist in Phoenix, and teased us with the phrase, “super secret project.” Monomyth Studio: When/How did you know you wanted to be a designer? How did you get here? Tim Brennan: Long story long: I