“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
– Edgar Degas
Motiva As A New Medium For Creators
Motiva adds a new dimension to visual art by creating ‘philosophical art’, the first of its kind. It aims to be a medium where artists and thought leaders use Motiva to generate moments of thoughtfulness, inspiration, and motivation. Motiva’s innovative concept of visual art that combines inspiring and thought-provoking quotes with an array of captivating artwork. This allows artists to exhibit their work in a more effective way and in a fresh perspective.
Integrating art with words that dramatically light up to form a series of inspiring quotes, creates a new language for creators, artists, and thought leaders alike. In this way, Motiva proves to be a powerful tool for creators to connect, treasure, and push forward ideas and expressions that are quiet as they are loud.
Who are Motiva Creators
Motiva’s creators include artists from a range of art forms like painting, literature, architecture, cinema, music, and theater. While Motiva’s creators also comprise thought leaders from all over the world such as Warren Buffett, Aaron Ciechanover, Diane Von Furstenberg and many others.
What brings our community of creators together is what brings any two people together. That is a shared sense of common purpose as well as growth and novelty.
Diverse Yet Homogenous
Motiva gives a stage to different artists from all over the world. And providing them a space to present their expressions on various themes. In our journey, we have had the privilege of collaborating with creators from diverse backgrounds. Each with her/his own social agenda and unique voice. And in spite of all these differences, there is a common ground that we found on which it all firmly lays. That is the desire to leave an impact on the world. And amplify one’s message with the utmost intent and precision.
Our creators and artists span all across the globe right from Spain to London, Italy, and right up to Singapore. Other than the geographic diversity, Motiva’s artists come from different backgrounds of art styles and forms. Ranging from graphic designing, illustrations, and photography to art installations, architecture, and fashion design.
Our Creator Community
In the past, we’ve had the opportunity to work with renowned names such as Malika Favre, Diane Von Furstenberg, Aaron Ciechanover, Dana Oberson, and many more. Malika Favre, French illustrator and graphic designer whose work has adorned the covers of The New Yorker, Vogue, and other prestigious publications. Malika quoted Motiva as “ A seamless balance between technology and art”. While Diane Von Furstenberg, the creator of the iconic wrap dress says, “When Motiva showed me their technology I was inspired and excited by its potential.”
Motiva’s thought leaders make up the ‘philosophical’ part of the artwork. They use the power of words to render their thoughts, ideas, and imaginations to create a unique thought canvas.
Warren Buffett is one of the extraordinary names that Motiva has had the privilege of collaborating with. The recent Warren Buffett Motiva Auction garnered a large sum of money donated to a charity called Girls Inc. of Omaha.
Other names include- Dan Ariely (Ig Nobel Prize winner and author), Prof. Aaron Ciechanover (Israeli biologist and Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry), Michal Snunit (author of the international bestseller book ‘The Soul Bird’), and other such names.
Shared Sense Of Common Purpose
Each of these creators has created unique artwork exclusively for Motiva and for it to be the perfect fit. The creators we’ve collaborated with seem to believe in the power of words and art. And understand it as a means to magnify their expression and thoughts on different topics. In a way, Motiva helps artists and creators to bring their passion and ideas to life. While the artists and creators contribute to the growth and development of Motiva altogether. Depth and meaning are constant and growing forces at Motiva. To the extent that our creators are the leaders of that incredible journey.