These Worn Shoes: Progress Report April 2nd, 2014

Creative Process:

I got a lot of inspiration to do this project, from film artist that I’ve been following throughout the years. One of them is named Wong Fu productions. Although they mainly focus on people’s emotions and how they interact with each other, sometimes they take the time to bring inanimate objects to life. If you would like to check them out, click on the links below. They’re pretty great.

What I researched:

When Five Fell:

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The story of five inanimate objects that changed a girls life

These Four Walls:

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The story of a pin-wheel breaking through what it knew to exist


March 31st, 5 Creative Things

This week I will focus on backpack design

Pangoline Backpack


Inspired from the pangolin animal, comes this recycled tire backpack. It’s creative because more people just use tires to make their cars move. This designer thought why not combine two unlike things, to create this very practical thing, a backpack.

Link: Cool Backpack

Seat and Cooler Backpack


Picture this, you’re a parent, with two-three kids and you go to one of their soccer games. With that you have to bring snacks, water bottles, medicine, etc. Why not have a backpack that can carry all of that and also serve as a seat for your aching parental back. This is the creative product for you.

Link: Sporting Backpack

Meiosis Back Pack


This backpack is creative because id doesn’t involve zippers and it doesn’t look like the conventional backpack. It’s sleek yet ridged for your support.

Link: Turtle Backpack

Cork Board Backpack

This backpack isn’t made from the normal vinyl or cotton that normal backpacks are made from. It’s made from cork board. I’t creative because the creator when out at made a backpack from unconventional materials. Sometimes creativity is just in using a different substance than normal.


Link: Cork Backpack

The Flip Backpack


This backpack is great for those who are anal about things. There’s an organization place for everything and it is in a tight, simple packaging. This is creative because it just makes the backpack even easier to use. Even though this is only a concept, I’m sure it can be put into production someday.

Link: Backpack Concept

Process of the Day: These Worn Shoes March 30th, 2014

Creative Process:

In order to begin my process as a whole, I had to learn the software I set out to learn. I watched different youtube tutorials and finally came a great one.

What I did:

I decided i’d work on learning the Adobe Premier Pro software, before I began shooting any footage. I was looking up some videos and came across this one:

Adobe Premier Pro Tutorial 

If you would like to also learn the software, click on the link above. Next post will include some scene sketches and storyboarding.

March 24, 2014 5 Creative Products

This week will focus on musical instruments because I’m finding inspiration for a studio project.


Cell Guitar


This car lets the user customize their sound with interlocking cells. It is creative because one can use it to make the noise that works best for them; they don’t have to use the set five strings that normal guitars have. 

Link: Cell Guitar

The Dube


It’s next generation of bongo drums. It’s creative because, instead of only having one option for the sound, the dube can be played on multiple sides. It’s great for jamming out and playing with friends. 

Link: The Dube



It’s a new instrumental keyboard. It lights up as you play it and actually helps the user compose and play music. 

Link: Dualo

The Kitar


This guitar is creative because it is interchangeable. It adjust to the needs of the user and has different sound settings. It is also lightweight and easy to build upon. 

Link: Kitar

The Curvy Keyboard 


This keyboard is a different shape from most. I think that’s what makes it  creative. It creates a new way of looking at and playing on a keyboard. The form is ergonomic so you don’t need a huge space to use it. 

Link: Keyboard 

March 17th, 5 Creative Products

This week I wanted to focus on 5 creative camera designs/concepts. It will get me in the mood to film my final project.

Canon Snap


This design, by David Münscher, creates a new perspective for a camera. It’s on the ring of your finger and you just take it with a quick flick of the thumb. It’s creative because it gets rid of the bulkiness of the regular camera, and slims it down to almost nothing to create small camera.

Link: Canon Snap 

Flying Stick Camera


This camera is for those who like to see things from a bird’s-eye-view. It works by the kinetic energy from twirling it around with your hands. It’s creative because it’s another way that the camera can be used, it doesn’t always have to be a point-and-shoot.

Link: Flying Stick Camera

Flip up Camera


This camera is creative because it makes every image you take into a possible, framable picture. No need to print the photos or even buy a frame. All you need is the Samsung SS700 by Jin Woo Han.

Link: Frame Camera

Panoramic Camera


Sick of using your Iphone to take Panoramic photos. Look no further than the Panoramic Digital Camera, developed by Hye-Jeong Yang. It’s creative because it can capture everything from your vacation and string it together into one continuous picture.

Link: Panoramic Camera

USB Camera


This is the camera I want. The camera is it’s own memory card. All you have to do is click, load, and then see it on any monitor. It’s creatively simple!

Link: USB Camera

5 Creative Things March 10th, 2014

Sip Snap

I feel like I review a lot of kids products, but here’s another one. This is the Sip Snap cover. It’s made for any cup so kids don’t have to use their specific sippy cup. These covers help transition kids into ‘grown up’ cups. It’s creative because it’s not just at top for one cup, it’s a top for many cups and it’s made for the potential disorganized parent.


The Glyph

This is a device that changes the way we listen to music and watch screens. It’s creative because it merges the screen watching with headphones. This device makes it so you can just move the top part of it down and you will instantly be put in this virtual reality system.


Animation Dock

When I was younger, I wanted to become an animator. In order to see what it was like, I went to an animation summer camp where they practiced old animation techniques. I was really turned off to the fact that you had to draw something over and over again on this stationary desk. This tablet extension gets rid of that stationary desk. It is eco-friendly because you aren’t using paper to create your hundreds of iterations to make an animation. It’s creative because there’s not anything like it on the market, it’s portable and it gives a new way to do animation.



I have been looking for something like this for forever! It’s a tracking device that connects your potential lost object  to your smartphone. You use one pebble and put it on something you think you could lose i.e. a remote, keys, etc..Then you sync the other pebble to your phone. It’s creative because the creators found an affordable way to make a tracking device that is easy to place and easy to use.


NYC Spagetti Packaging

I love this packaging because it’s a different view on how spaghetti packaging should be. It’s creative because once the spaghetti goes out of the packaging it because the iconic New York building. It doesn’t pay as much attention to eh form as much as it does to the inside of the packaging, which I find intriguing.