Art Culture Inspiration — 09 February 2014

Inspired art has always shaped the culture around us, though it’s a relatively new concept that art would be used for individual profit rather than community enrichment. What are the differences between art that is created for the pleasure of personal expression or with the intention of conveying inspiration versus art that is created for the sole purpose of selling a product or brand? Master Artist, Brett Blevins shares insight into these questions and more:

“This is the dawn of an era where inspiration and meaning have become their own form of currency.”
Read the entire story, Inspiration IS Currency
Special thanks to Culture Collective Contributor, Bret Blevins
Music by Don Byron

About Author

Jacob blogs for Huffington Post and others in addition to Culture Collective. He specializes in social media, and cross-platform (or trans-media) content and campaigns. Meditation, playing piano, exploring nature, seeing live music, and going to Hopi Dances are some of his passions. As a co-founder of unify.org, Jacob lives for community and believes that we are all interconnected with our own special gift to offer the world.

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