Tag Archives | Inspiring

…Joshua Hoffine is horrific?

Joshua Hoffine

Joshua Hoffine creates surreal photographs for what he calls horror photography that will amaze and inspire you. (And potentially haunt your dreams, so proceed with caution.)

[Joshua Hoffine]

…You need to think differently?

Apple’s Think Different commercial is probably one of the most inspiring 60 seconds ever captured on film:

A few weeks ago, I came to the conclusion that if I listened to the Think Different ad every day, I’d probably do some amazing things with my life, so I created a ringtone out of the 30-second Seinfeld version that can be used as an alarm on any iPhone. Now, before starting each day, I can wake with inspiration to Think Different, and remind myself that the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do. (If you’re wondering, I used this GarageBand Hack to make the ringtone.)

If you’d like to share in my inspiration, just download the ringtone HERE and add it to your phone through iTunes. From there, it should automatically show up as an available alarm sound.

…Patrick Henry Hugues and his father are inspirational?

Team Hoyt is still the most inspiring story I’ve ever heard, but Patrick Henry Hughes and his father have solidified themselves as a solid second.

Grab a box of tissues and see what I mean:

…It’s Website Wednesday: 1 Millimeter A Day?

1 Millimeter A Day

Chris Hornbecker took on a rather unique project for 2008: He wanted to take a photograph each day using a focal length that was one millimeter more than the previous day’s photo. Starting at 14mm and working his way all the way up to 389mm, the project was called 1 Millimeter A Day, and definitely forced him to look at things from a different perspective.

Take a look through the archives to see what he created, because there’s definitely some inspiring stuff in there for anyone that spends their time behind the lens.

[1 Millimeter A Day]

[Via: Josh Spear]

…You need Validation?


Kurt Kuenne’s Validation is a fable about the magic of free parking.

Actually, it’s much more than that, but I’d rather not give away any of the surprise that this award-winning short film has in store, so I’ll keep the description simple and just say that it’s a must watch.

It’s also a heart warming and inspiring way to start off the week, so enjoy: