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  • adjective Extremely creative.


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hyper- +‎ creative


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  • The hypercreative pixel pushers eBoy have published their latest poster, a collaboration with Amnesty international for the organization's Poverty is Modern campaign. eBoy's Amnesty Poster

    Boing Boing 2009

  • I can reach an incredibly diverse audience, and the constraints on the clock and costs force me to be hypercreative.

    Thom Filicia Style Thom Filicia 2008

  • From the start of "One Night in Vegas," the ESPN "30 for 30" film that had its premiere Tuesday night, you clearly see how deftly the director Reggie Rock Bythewood is using his hypercreative arsenal - graphic comics, hip-hop music and commentators as diverse as

    NYT > Home Page 2010

  • All of those films share a common thread - they are hypercreative explorations of a stylized reality wholly formed out of a fertile imagination.

    Ain't It Cool News - The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news. 2009

  • Lord Brahma's own generative force throwing out more and more games faster and faster at no cost; a hypermanic, hypercreative autistic robot-singularity that violates the thermodynamic laws of Human Resources.

    MentalPolyphonics 2009

  • Elton John and Bernie Taupin set a bar in the 1970s with their vivacious, dynamic and hypercreative songs that's mostly remained unmet to this day.

    Houstonist 2008


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