It doesn’t always have to start
out big, perfect or even pretty
it just has to start.
6 Nov 2105
While engaged as a missionary in Belgium’s mining region in 1879,
Vincent Van Gogh began sketching locals in the community. Six years later,
he painted The Potato Eaters, considered today as his first masterpiece – perfect
in all its imperfections. It was a training ground for his later, more recognised
works. Like most great things, Van Gogh’s artistic beginnings were rudimental, capturing the coal-stained existence of mining peasants. His artistic form shaped
and developed with time, as he grew in knowledge and confidence.
Fast-forward nearly a century to Apple, another basement beginning launched
with an idea hatched by Steve Wozniak and officially brought to life in the late
Steve Jobs’ garage. From its crude, wooden 1976 offering to its modern-day
market-leading design, Apple products have become indispensable to a tech-
You get the idea! If you can see where you want to go, then you can get there.
You just have to start, and it doesn't matter how small.
We are trying to build a great thing brought together by a series of cool,
extraordinary little things. What about you? Where are you headed?
Branding and identity
Marketing strategy and campaigns
Research and development
© Thinkforest Media 2015
Web hosting and support
Optimised user experience