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GET SEEN GRAPHICS is your one stop design shop for all your music design needs! Merchandise design! Album Art Design! Promotional Material Design! Banners, Logos...you name it - we can DO IT 🤘 We WILL Rock You 😉 #albumart #merchandisedesign #logodesigner #cdartwork #vinylrecords #concertshirts ... See MoreSee Less
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GET SEEN GRAPHICS is an awesome space where creativity is let loose and everything is possible when it comes to #design, #inspiration, and #imagination. It’s about people and their #businesses... and their #ideas. With over 20 years of multi-media #design #experience, GSG can create a feeling for your idea, by #designing imagery that reflects your business.From print design, #branding, #Websites, #SocialMediaManagement & #MusicMediaManagement, GSG helps your idea get #SEEN. ... See MoreSee Less
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WOW! I'm totally hearing this! I've had art and creativity niggling at me for weeks. I've been ignoring the niggle because of getting back to work and starting the year off well. But it's like the call that just can't be ignored.And here at GSG, we totally understand what it means to be interrupted when in a creative vibe. We have various clients with different types of businesses and have to get into the zone of that client when creating media content or making graphics for them. Interruptions like phone calls or people knocking at the door can be major distractions to the creative flow. So we usually work with phones off and prefer clients email us or message us for exactly this reason. Plus, this way everything is written out and easy to refer back to, which is a major bonus for everyone in these days of leaving voice messages that can be scattered, cut off, or hard to make out. We are definitely all operating from different places, perspectives, and levels of urgency or completeness in our ideas. We find it very important to have reference points to come back to so that getting into the flow of a creative idea is easier and more natural.~ ChristineThanks for sharing this today Curious. It is very timely and accurate in our line of business and creative fun. I love the felt art so much!I found this in my feed this morning and had to share. What a wonderfully artful description.Excerpt from from Mary Oliver. I’m sure we can all relate.The Third Self: Mary Oliver on Time, Concentration, the Artist’s Task, and the Central Commitment of the Creative LifeIt is a silver morning like any other. I am at my desk. Then the phone rings, or someone raps at the door. I am deep in the machinery of my wits. Reluctantly I rise, I answer the phone or I open the door. And the thought which I had in hand, or almost in hand, is gone. Creative work needs solitude. It needs concentration, without interruptions. It needs the whole sky to fly in, and no eye watching until it comes to that certainty which it aspires to, but does not necessarily have at once. Privacy, then. A place apart — to pace, to chew pencils, to scribble and erase and scribble again.But just as often, if not more often, the interruption comes not from another but from the self itself, or some other self within the self, that whistles and pounds upon the door panels and tosses itself, splashing, into the pond of meditation. And what does it have to say? That you must phone the dentist, that you are out of mustard, that your uncle Stanley’s birthday is two weeks hence. You react, of course. Then you return to your work, only to find that the imps of idea have fled back into the mist....Intellectual work sometimes, spiritual work certainly, artistic work always — these are forces that fall within its grasp, forces that must travel beyond the realm of the hour and the restraint of the habit. Nor can the actual work be well separated from the entire life. Like the knights of the Middle Ages, there is little the creatively inclined person can do but to prepare himself, body and spirit, for the labor to come — for his adventures are all unknown. In truth, the work itself is the adventure. And no artist could go about this work, or would want to, with less than extraordinary energy and concentration. The extraordinary is what art is about.No one yet has made a list of places where the extraordinary may happen and where it may not. Still, there are indications. Among crowds, in drawing rooms, among easements and comforts and pleasures, it is seldom seen. It likes the out-of-doors. It likes the concentrating mind. It likes solitude. It is more likely to stick to the risk-taker than the ticket-taker. It isn’t that it would disparage comforts, or the set routines of the world, but that its concern is directed to another place. Its concern is the edge, and the making of a form out of the formlessness that is beyond the edge.It is six A.M., and I am working. I am absentminded, reckless, heedless of social obligations, etc. It is as it must be. The tire goes flat, the tooth falls out, there will be a hundred meals without mustard. The poem gets written. I have wrestled with the angel and I am stained with light and I have no shame. Neither do I have guilt. My responsibility is not to the ordinary, or the timely. It does not include mustard, or teeth. It does not extend to the lost button, or the beans in the pot. My loyalty is to the inner vision, whenever and howsoever it may arrive. If I have a meeting with you at three o’clock, rejoice if I am late. Rejoice even more if I do not arrive at all.There is no other way work of artistic worth can be done. And the occasional success, to the striver, is worth everything. The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are thrilled and stoked about the success of My Own Addiction with their recent show in Oshawa. Fans keep posting pics and sharing videos on their page. Check them out. We can't wait for their recent recordings to become available. ... See MoreSee Less
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