The motto of TED Talks is "Ideas Worth Spreading." I love this short yet all-encompassing statement. It embodies the power of a single thought and how an idea can snowball into a movement. On a personal level, each TED Talk sheds a little light on the passions and beliefs of each speaker. With the help of some eloquent TED Talk speakers, I hope to show you what we at Cerebella Design are truly passionate about: the marriage of art, science, and green technology.
When Science Meets Art: Fabian Oefner at TEDxWarwick 2013
"I try to take [the phenomena of magnetism and sound waves] and show them in a poetic and in an unseen way and therefore, invite you viewers to stop for a moment and think about all the magic and the beauty that's constantly surrounding us."
Biomimicry: Jamie Miller at TEDxEmbryRiddle
"Biomimicry is the conscious emulation of the forms and the processes and the systems in nature to solve worthy problems. And more than that, it's a fundamental transition in the way that we view nature...not as something we can take from, but as something that can actually teach us."
Let's Go All-In On Selling Sustainability: Steve Howard at TED Talk
"If you're a business leader [and] if you're not already weaving sustainability right into the heart of your business plan, I'd urge you to do so. And together, we can help create a sustainable world and if we get it right, we can make sustainability affordable for the many people, not just a luxury for the few."
Changing The World Through Fashion: Eva Kruse at TEDxCopenhagen
"None of us are ever going to buy fashion to save the world. Period. We buy fashion because we want to look good, because we love the color, because we love how it makes us look and how it makes us feel. But we have a conscious choice in how we use it, and we can ask the industry to give us a sustainable choice."