Apr 22, 2012
“The world is full of order that doesn’t necessarily deserve our respect. Sometimes there is meaning, justice and logic present in the way things are, but something there just isn’t. I think that the moment we realize this, is the moment we become creative people, because it prompts us to mess things up and do something better with the basic pieces of experience.” – Kelli Anderson
Kelli Anderson is an artist, designer, and progressive thinker who spends her days pushing the perceived limits of ordinary materials and formats. Anderson seeks out hidden possibilities in the physical and digital world around her. With a sense of humor and a massive set of professional skills, she turns wedding invitations into complete musical experiences and website URL’s into comedy routines. Take some time and watch Kelli’s speech at TEDxPhoenic, as she shares her disruptive, clever and humorous designs. There is a lot to be learned here and we hope you enjoy her talk as much as we do.