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  • Jan 08 / 2011
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Creative Economy: A Feasible Development Option

It turns out that creativity could be good for the economy.

Well, I don’t think that comes as a big surprise to most of us, but this report gives solid support and some background on why.

The report finds that creativity and access to information drive economic growth and development and suggest that this provides an option for developing counties to emerge in the world economy, if they focus on building their creative industry.

“Creative industries are among the most dynamic emerging sectors in world trade. It also shows that the interface among creativity, culture, economics and technology, as expressed in the ability to create and circulate intellectual capital, has the potential to generate income, jobs and export earnings while at the same time contributing to social inclusion, cultural diversity and human development. This report addresses the challenge of assessing the creative economy with a view to informed policy-making by outlining the conceptual, institutional and policy frameworks in which this economy can flourish.”

Visit to download the full report.

  • Oct 21 / 2010
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The term “upcraft” has been popping up here and there, so I thought I would look into the trend and see what it’s all about. My best guess is that it comes from upcycle, which is basically converting waste into renewed products (either with a new use or better quality.) On they say “Upcrafting is all about recycling and reusing things. It’s about making something better, doing things cheaply, and about using your skills instead of your credit card.” Sounds good to me. I ♥ a good redesign. I am currently in the middle of a couple upcrafting projects Online Pokies. We found an damaged old Duncan Phyf dining table at a thrift store and we’re refinished it. I’ll post before and after pics soon.

Here are some resources to get you started if you want to become an upcrafter.
Make Zine
Makers UK
Craft Zine
Design Sponge – Before & After
Flickr Group: Recycle Remake Redesign Re-craft Reuse Recreate Reclaim Reduce
Flickr Group: Etsy Recycled

And some artists to inspire you
Anastassia makes art in toilet paper rolls
Alex makes sculptures out of phone books
Alex makes sculptures out of phone books
Ann makes robots from electronics parts

  • Oct 21 / 2010
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I will megaknit

This megadoily from ladies and gentlemen studio is really funny.  I think I am going to have to try my hand at this giant knit trend.
I have acquired 1 lb of orange twisted poly-cord and 10 mm knitting needles (both from a thrift store) for my megaknit. I will keep you posted.


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