Required Reading 11.4.2011

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Required Reading is a weekly listing of all the bits of visual inspiration, cool videos, news, hip links, and miscellaneous information that rattles my head during the week. The stuff that’s worth bookmarking and gets my brain-juices flowing.

Photoshelter is featuring a five week long business bootcamp – curating some of their best content down into a series of e-mail dispatches to help you improve your business.

If committees told the truth – from Seth Godin. I adore the last line “Great work is never reasonable, safe, or boring”

• Definitely NSFW – Agent Provocateur’s newest ad is a style drenched homage to the Scream movies with lingerie and black metal to spare!

• I am fascinated by the work of Joel Grimes, Fstoppers has a great behind the scenes look at his work

• A wonderful video – 29 ways to stay more creative. 

• Another amazingly choreographed music video by Genki Sudo, the way the guys move in this video is incredible.

• One of my favorite people, Rhea Anna, shares some simple and important wisdom.

• The trailer for I Believe I Can Fly (Flight of the Frenchies) is full of so much wonderful imagery, and I am really into the passion these guys have for their sport.

• A fascinating look at a day in the life of Rick Genest – AKA Zombie Boy.

• The second short from Made By Hand documents the creative process and story of Joel Bukiewicz, an hand crafted knife maker, and his company, Cut Brooklyn. 

• Work at a Different Speed – A music mix from the 99% 

• An interesting manifesto on minimalist photography and going amateur – The Lesser Photographer.  

Required Reading 11.4.2011

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