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I'm Christopher Gunn and I'm a lover of ideas (or solutions) and their execution in the real world, particularly when those ideas bring amazing results to clients. Great ideas don't just happen, you have to put in the prep work. It takes a solid process to bring out the greatness and that is where I shine. Check out my portfolio below to see how I have helped others.
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From the Blog

Welcome to the Jungle Gorilla

How I Improved My Creativity Instantly

Welcome to the Jungle. It’s a world where unauthorized people do what they want and destroy entire marketing campaigns based on their biases toward color, style, and whatever suits them for a given day. People have a tendency to qualify things without attempting to understand their purpose or audience. If it doesn’t appeal to them, […]


What Savages Can Teach You About Uncultured and Unlimited Success

There is a certain magic with new designers – the ignorance of the rules, the endless motivation, the fearless approach to trying new things – it can make a seasoned designer jealous and yearn for the drive of early career enthusiasm. I like to think of these new designers as noble savages. Civilization Vs the […]

Ptolemy's Map of the Ancient Greek and Roman World

How to Conquer the Known World

You don’t mess with the Romans. These guys knew how to capitalize on their strengths and use things creatively to their advantage. Learn from them and use their methods in your own creative life. Photo Credit Norman B. Leventhal Map Center 1. Honing the Craft The first thing the Romans are known for is their […]


The Secret of the Eureka! Moment

Feature Credit: Affendaddy Do you remember the story about Isaac Newton discovering gravity while sitting under an apple tree? How about Jimi Hendrix scribbling the lyrics to Purple Haze on a napkin? These are just a couple of examples of the Eureka! Moment in action. Don’t be fooled – creative inspiration often wears the guise […]


How to Beat the One Thing that Could Ruin Your Creative Career

Last week we took a trip to the black and white world of Allen Hollingshead and his amazing work, outlook, and general supply list. If you missed this interview with the photo realist, I strongly suggest you check it out. This week I’d like to explore a theme that resonates between Allen’s fidelity to the limited […]


How to Give Successful Constructive Criticism

Constructive Criticism is a touchy subject and can be difficult to deliver effectively. Some people even question whether or not it has developed into a healthy habit. David Airey, a brand identity designer, has posed the question of whether we should consider a more positive approach to the matter. Here are David Airey’s thoughts on […]

Creative Rocket Building

Why You Can Do Things Others Cannot (and Why it Matters)

Photo Credit Jim Roberts An old mentor of mine once told me that an artist is a rare breed of person. You can drop an artist into any job and he will figure it out and excel in it. I don’t think I can build a rocket, fly a helicopter, or translate Korean for NATO, […]

change is your enemy

Why Change Is Your Enemy

We all know them – the person who hates change so much that they complain about the even the smallest inconveniences. When protocol changes, they panic and complain with pessimistic undertones. Despite their complaints, there is actually something that can be learned from their mindset. If they just shifted their perception slightly and channeled their […]

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The Paradox of a Creative Process and What to Do About It

After last week’s feature of urban style and gritty texture, Josh Holland gave us lots to think about in regards to his work and how our efforts relate to others. If you missed this interview, I highly recommend you check it out. Today I’d like to elaborate on a point Josh made that really hits […]


The Patience of a Photo Realist: An Interview with Allen Hollingshead

  Photorealistic Portraiture and Art Today’s interview is with the artist Allen Hollingshead. I had the pleasure of working alongside Allen in several advanced classes back in the old days of college. Now years later, Allen has moved on and made advancements in his life and works. Allen is what you would call a photo […]