Creative Future i — Spring 2012, #3

Creative Future

Striving to push new boundaries within the multidisciplinary parameters and practices of art and design, Creative Future is an ongoing art project and independent publication seeking to educate, inspire and lift creative spirits within. Founded in September 2011 by 20-year-old design student and artist, Christian Andersen, The Creative Future Project is still solely run and operated by him today. With quality, artistry and craftsmanship in mind, Creative Future is not another art and design magazine, but instead curation of creative ideas that comprises an extensive array of artistic disciplines within creative realm.

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USD 25.00 — Released 6 June 2012

Information: Measures: 19 x 24 cm (7.5 x 9.5 inches) Content: 92 pages + covers Print: Four color digital print, perfect bound Packaging: Hand packaged, signed and numbered

Each issue is packaged neatly by hand at the Creative Future Studio in Scandinavia. Limited to only 100 copies worldwide.

Features: • Darcel Disappoints • Haroshi • Jasper Wong of Pow Wow • Andre D. Wagner • Kelsey Brookes

About Creative Future Issue #03: The third issue of Creative Future has finally come together and we’re excited to share what months of hard work has done for us around here. For this third installment we’ve released more in-depth articles, interviews, and features that provide glimpses into the minds of some of world’s most talented artists and creative thinkers. We see this project as our own special gift to you, the reader, a unique piece of artwork meant to uplift the creative spirit in all of us and hopefully inspire more to become part of this global movement towards creativity. In order to keep with this vision we’ve come out with arguably our most talented and vibrant line-up thus far. We try to challenge ourselves and develop more within each issue in search of a higher quality product, and we’re confident enough to say that this issue meets all of our expectations.

Last time we paired up with street artist Aaron De La Cruz, and for this issue we’ve continued in this trend and worked with main feature, Craig Redman, also known as Darcel Disappoints, as he takes us through his journey in becoming an artist and the concept behind his famous one-eyed character. Darcel works out of New York City and uses it as the main source of inspiration for his work, documenting everything from lonely, inconsequential and embarrassing experiences, to personal chronicles of his daily endeavors in New York. Besides that, we also used this unique opportunity to collaborate with Darcel Disappoints and longtime French notebook maker Calepino, on creating a custom Darcel sketchbook for each individual copy of the issue.

Finally, we also had the chance to sit down with other known artists in the industry, including Japanese-born Haroshi of the famous skateboard sculptures you’ve likely encountered through the web, Jasper Wong of the famed street art and graffiti event Pow Wow Hawaii, New York-based photographer Andre D. Wagner, and scientist-turned-artist Kelsey Brookes.

Creative Future is slowly but surely gaining momentum. We’ve learned a lot through our short time making this publication, but we’re continuing with our mission to deliver the most comprehensive and high-quality publication there is in the art realm. That being said, it is a pleasure to present, Creative Future Issue #03.

Limited Darcel Disappoints Notebook: In celebration of our third release, we teamed up with New York-based artist Darcel Disappoints and longtime French notebook maker Calepino, to create an exclusive notebook for each limited copy of Creative Future Issue #03.

Featuring rounded corners, durable materials and 48 blank pages, this limited edition of Calepino’s famous N°3 Notebook was designed to sketch, draw and write down creative ideas while being on the road. Created of 100% recycled materials, this unique sketchbook was proudly made in France by Calepino in collaboration with Creative Future and Darcel Disappoints – Limited to only 100 notebooks worldwide.

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