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A Note from Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman’s Keynote Address in 2012 to the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, remains one of the most inspiring speeches to young creative minds in recent years. This excerpt is meant to keep you creating your art, whatever it may be, on good days and the bad days too. Refer back here whenever you… Continue reading A Note from Neil Gaiman

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The Ultimate ‘Star Wars’ Fan is Building a Full Scale Millennium Falcon

Follow the story of Chris Lee of Nashville, Tenn., the founder of The Full Scale Millennium Falcon Project, as he evolves from a 12-year-old boy drawing R2-D2 sketches in 1977 to a full-fledged 'Star Wars' universe maker—38 years later. His project has not only pulled together a community of likeminded super fans from online forums around… Continue reading The Ultimate ‘Star Wars’ Fan is Building a Full Scale Millennium Falcon

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GX Magazine Design Team Wins Ozzie Award

Congrats to my friends from the GX magazine design team—part of iostudio (a design and marketing agency based in Nashville, TN)—for receiving a 2014 Ozzie Award! This national journalism competition recognizes the best in custom publishing. Our team beat out Delta Sky Magazine and others. Way to go!   SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

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Why I’m Obsessed with ‘Back to the Future’

I remember the magic moment when I watched; gripping the edge of the seat as my preteen crush Marty McFly stood on the gas and hit 88 mph. The Flux capacitor lit up in all its glory—sending him back in time. I was hooked. Something about the way the DeLorean transported Michael J. Fox’s character… Continue reading Why I’m Obsessed with ‘Back to the Future’