I found this "mural" while walking in a park nearby Brick Lane in East London. I didn't immediately understood how important and actual its message is, but after scrolling again the pictures in my phone, I realised how deep it is. It's not a misery that nowadays "thanks" especially to social medias we are constantly … Continue reading EVERYONE CAN BE A MIRROR
When I was a young crazy rocker (as you see on the cover image) I heard an interesting story.. Don't know if is true.. But that's not really important so I'll pretend it is. I heard that at one of his clinics (A musical clinic is an informal meeting with a guest musician, where a small-to-medium-sized audience questions the musician's … Continue reading HOW MANY HOURS A WEEK DO YOU PLAY?
Here we are in the future world: 2021. But wait. Where are the flying cars? The robots working for us?? The cure for cancer??? None of these became reality yet but instead something else no one really expected. Smartphones and Social media. Billions of humans constantly connected 24 hrs a day. All the effort, energy … Continue reading A WAY TO COMMUNICATE THAT USES THE IRRATIONAL, TO FILL THE GAPS LEFT BY THE RATIONAL
The great Mitch Hedberg used to say this joke: "One time, this guy handed me a picture of him, he said, 'Here's a picture of me when I was younger.' Every picture is of you when you were younger."Mitch Hedberg One of the struggles of creatives is the "trap" of perfection. I know this cause … Continue reading EVERY PICTURE IS OF YOU WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER
I once read in a blog that Stephen King uses this interesting strategy to understand if there is a problem on his work. He asks to various people he trusts and respect, feedback on his novel. If they get back with different critiques he discards all of them. If more than one gives him the … Continue reading HOW I DEAL WITH FEEDBACK AND CRITIQUES ON MY WORK