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No Cure? Oh yes, there is.

Fellow artists, creatives and dreamers…your cure for “creative block” is back.

No Cure Magazine has just released its third captivating issue. To put it quite humanly—as I prefer to be—writing for this magazine has been as inspiring for me, as the articles themselves.

This month, I had the opportunity to interview the men and women who defied the economic downturn by starting mobile businesses. Prepare to be motivated by the unquestionable drive you’ll feel from their personas, word by word. And if you’re into all things visual, you’ll love how these visionaries prove that standout design (on their trucks or trailers) is crucial to the success of any business dream. So, if you have a little start-up in mind, these folks will get you revved up and ready to roll.

Read the feature article here: Driven: The Journey of Nomadic Businesses

And remember embroidery–the craft we all used to associate with wall-hangings made by our grandmothers? Not anymore, after you meet Jazmin Berakha, a cutting-edge, embroidery artist from Buenos Aires. Talk about talent at the fingertips. Check out her intricate, dreamy works, then learn a bit about the craft’s long, fascinating history – finally recognized as the true art that it is.

Read the article here: Jazmin Berakha

Don’t forget–the whole magazine is a feast for creative junkies, so have yourself a good read.

And special thanks to Editor Mark Zeidler–an incredible designer–for making it all possible.

Enjoy! xx

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