Emily Ludolph writes about business, history, and culture. She has published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Artsy, Airmail, Eye on Design, JSTOR Daily, Quartz, Narratively, TED Online and Design Observer. She is the host of a live show and podcast called Dedicate It.
Do you dream of using your creative practice to take you outside the bounds of everyday ideas? Well, when you get there, the artist and designer Jon Burgerman will be waiting – probably knee-deep in colorful paints, construction paper, portraits of quirky characters, and the googly eyes he hands out wherever he goes. Because beyond the edges of known maps and ideas is where Jon Burgerman’s imagination flourishes.
Impacting the world for the better was on quite a few minds this year. From challenging the status quo to creating space for joy (literally), here’s the best advice from 99U thinkers using creativity to make the world a better place.