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Daniel Sax: ‘The Gap by Ira Glass’

No matter where we’re coming from or what we’re doing, we might know exactly what we’d like to build, write, invent, create or achieve in our lives, but it’s a long, rocky road to success. Every creative human being must have had, currently does or will eventually find oneself in this stage of life. The Gap. Trapped somewhere in the contradiction between ones taste and expectations as well as the skills one has acquired along the way. Visual storyteller Daniel Sax terrifically captured the issue with his short film ‘The Gap by Ira Glass’, inspired by a typographic piece of David Shiyang Liu, who cleverly illustrated an interview of the US radio host about storytelling in 2012. True and motivational in every sense.

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Hello! My name is Mathias and I'm a culture enthusiast, writer, analog photographer & trying to find the extraordinary in the mundane.

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