In a world of Photoshop, it’s not often that you find a project like the one above done without any post-processing.
In the self portraits above, JeeYoung Lee spends weeks and sometimes months creating elaborate scenes in her tiny 11.8 x 13.4 x 7.8-foot studio.
“#1: Blacking out is just your brain clearing its browser history.”
This was the first moment I realized the difference between starting a startup and being a CEO, instead of being an employee, was primarily a question of having the balls to go for it. Chutzpah, gumption, whatever. They’re all euphemisms for having balls.
Have some balls!
A look back at the tech brainstorm for Minority ReportJun 21 2012
Back in 1999, as he prepared to make a movie called The Minority Report, Steven Spielberg gathered top science and technology types to an “idea summit” where they would share thoughts on what things might look like in 50 years. To mark the ten year anniversary of the movie’s release, Wired asked a dozen of the summit attendees to reflect on the experience. According to one participant: “There was no shortage of megalomania, although there was good reason for it.”
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