Court Crandall is a positive person. He also an advertising legend and Hollywood storyteller with one infectious idea after the next.
Crandall’s latest idea, The Positivity Magnet, is an interactive installation that helps draw positive thoughts and emotions from the people who encounter it. It’s like a waterless wishing well, but with wishes that others can read.
“I want to hopefully show that all our aspirations, dreams and wants in life are pretty similar, no matter where you’re from or what your background is,” Crandall explained.
Crandall’s Positivity Magnet is meant to counterbalance the deeply cynical, perpetually negative information that mainstream media channels feed us, all day, every day.
It’s also a much-needed shrine to The Power of Intention.
Another Day, Another Trumpertantrum (Please Pardon the Interruption)
This is what the President of the United States of America and the nation’s number one media critic had to say for himself this weekend:
“MSDNC. But NBC I think is worse than CNN. I actually do. And Comcast, a company that spends millions and millions of dollars on their image… I’ll do everything possible to destroy their image because they are terrible. They are terrible. They’re a terrible group of people.”
Comcast…that wicked den of liberal traitors. Sayeth the man with the mic.
But I digress…
This Too Will Pass
Crandall hopes to bring his interactive art piece to schools, malls, underprivileged communities, and children’s hospitals.
“In the long run, I’m hoping that it grows beyond me and people take it and pass it on to the next person. And, in a perfect world, it travels around the country,” Crandall said.
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