16. 11. 2012

Vincent Gargiulo / Filmmaker

The director of “The Muppetless Movie” and “KNFR From 7:00-7:30” has an uncontrollable urge to make movies, and it’s earning him rising Internet success. TV stars even tweet about him.

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14. 11. 2012

Chelsea Martin / Writer, Artist

This Oakland-based creative emerged from art school a published writer and illustrator, and it started with a fan letter.

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09. 11. 2012

Amanda Victoria Moore / Actress

The star of “Jealous Guys” talks about leaving a steady income to follow her dreams, the importance of indie filmmaking and collaborating with like-minded filmmakers.

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07. 11. 2012

Read Now: “Persist” by Peter Clothier

This book is a godsend if you struggle with the throes of a starving-artist lifestyle. Peter Clothier’s insight will reinforce your will (and need) to pursue a career in the arts.

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02. 11. 2012

10 Killer Art Sites

Every now and then we’ll share our favorite sources of inspiration. Here are some awesome art websites, blogs and communities we love.

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22. 10. 2012
Photo by Bil Zelman at KCRW

Roko Belic / Filmmaker

The director of "Happy" tells us about the trials and tribulations of filmmaking, the pursuit of happiness, and how a 7-year-old Christopher Nolan influenced the start of his film career.

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17. 10. 2012
Myly Dao. Photo by Erin Stone

Myly Dao / Entrepreneur

Four years ago, the economy collapsed and Myly Dao’s closet was bulging. She didn't have enough storage space for the tons of vintage clothes she’d collected over the years, so she put them on eBay and called her store “Vintage Grime.”

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13. 10. 2012

The Five Pillars of Discipline

Like all things worth having, achieving your goals means putting in the time and effort -- ultimately you’ll end up with what you’ve invested. A common analogy experts use to demonstrate the effects of discipline is body building -- so work up your discipline muscles!

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26. 09. 2012
Self Portrait by Nate Hassler

Nate Hassler / Photographer

Nate Hassler is a second-generation professional photographer and is the Associate Editor for Super Street Magazine. He shares his thoughts on being raised by artists, the value of art school and staying afloat in the economy.

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