AboutKristina Chapman, Author at The Creative Issue
Internet memes may draw attention into someoneâ€™s unique talents, such as the overly attached girlfriend and her remarkable parody of Justin Beiberâ€™s Boyfriend, or â€œALL THE THINGSâ€ and Allie Broshâ€™s amazing online blog and equally amazing â€˜self helpâ€™ book.
Filmmaker Peter Blackburn adds to the excitement of creating film by challenging his entire crew to film a feature length movie in one shot.
In the filmmaking world, mistakes can often be hidden through carefully planned edits, camera positioning, or …
There appears to be a strong consistency between teenage, never-been-kissed, flat-chested, who-could-ever-love-me heroines dominating the young adult fiction in the past few years; at least, those are the ones movie producers adapt to film.
Kindness towards strangers can be as easy as paying for their coffee.
Stories online talk about how one person paid for someoneâ€™s drive-through order without them knowing.
The lucky person pulled up to the pay window to hear their food …
Lovely open-brick walls were beautifully decorated by art pieces created by Brisbaneâ€™s local talent at Creative Drinksâ€™ first networking event of the year, held together with the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.
Theresa Fryer, part of the “co-company” Elta Imagery alongside Elle-May Leckenby, will be showcasing her work at the upcoming Creative Drinks event.
The photo above is of a Defender truck from one of Theresa’s short documentaries. It is seen driving …
Elle-May Leckenby, one part of the Elta Imagery, a name that is currently under construction to help label when Elle-May and Theresa Fryer work together on projects, will be showcasing at the upcoming Creative Drinks event.
Inspired heavily by animation and comic books, specifically the DisneyÂ princesses and Batman comics, Lauren Ball will be showcasing her acrylic and pencil artwork at the Creative DrinksÂ launch ofÂ Sartre magazine.