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.
USD 20.00 — Released 16 January 2012
Things slowly continue to move forward here at Creative Future and we are now, after three months of hard work, ready to present our second publication. In this second issue of Creative Future we’ve tried to set the bar a little higher, compared to our previous publication. We have not only reinforced the look, content and quality of our publication, we have also managed to include some even more interesting features, interviews and articles, all created to inspire and lift your creative spirits. We really feel like we have managed to go beyond what we have done before and break some new boundaries, by attacking the unfamiliar and unknown with new creative approaches. The Creative Future Project is constantly developing and it is once again a true honor to present a publication we’re satisfied and proud of.
In this issue we’ve teamed up with the San Francisco based street-artist Aaron De La Cruz. As one of our times leading street artists you have probably come across one of Aaron’s very controversial, yet minimalistic designs or mural paintings before. Over the years he has been gaining some much deserved recognition and attention for his numerous mural paintings, design and exhibition worldwide, by staying consistent and sticking to his very minimalistic signature style. As our main-feature of Issue #2, we’ve not only had the chance to speak with Aaron De La Cruz on his art and the story behind it. We’ve also had the chance to work alongside him on a special 7 x 10 puzzle, all attached to each issue. Each puzzle is a part of a larger puzzle, forming one of Aaron’s signature patterns. The puzzle is hand painted by Aaron himself, all signed and hand numbered from 1 to 50.
Besides speaking with Aaron De La Cruz, we’ve also had the chance to interview and speak with Scandinavian street/contemporary artist HuskMitNavn, UK-based skateboarding photographer Jake Seal, alternative street-artist SpY and skateboard-illustrator Mark Rivard.
We have surely found a great rhythm here at Creative Future. The project is constantly developing and it is truly an honor to keep this exiting art project running. With that being said, it’s an honor to present to you, Creative Future Issue #02.