Storytelling Tweets by @BuildingContent

“More thoughts on marketing, heroes, storytelling: "The Brand Storytelling "Hero's Journey" ~ via @g24khamr

“I'm working on some marketing and thinking about these things: "The Hero's Journey: Luke Skywalker" ~ #Storytelling

“RT @screencrafting: Pixar's 22 Rules of Storytelling (with movie stills)! - ”

“#Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories -Our profession's a closed book, but fine #storytelling will reveal the joy/drama embedded in design.”

“#Filmmakers and #media friends, want to see some Architectural Storytelling firsthand? Check out the #ArchiTalks hashtag.”

“#Media friends, you've seen me Tweet about the power of #Architectural #Storytelling. Follow the #ArchiTalks hashtag to see them firsthand.”

“#Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories -Our profession's a closed book, but fine #storytelling will reveal the joy/drama embedded in design.”

“There's an interesting discussion about "Architectural Storytelling" triggered by this #GSD article: ~ #1000stories”

“Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories -Our profession's a closed book, but great storytelling will reveal the joy & drama embedded in design”

“#SketchesByArchitects #Storytelling #1000stories ”

“#SketchesByArchitects #Storytelling #1000stories ”

“(My sketchbooks aren't all talk. Some have sketches in them...)#SketchesByArchitects #Storytelling

“#sketchesbyarchitects Is a new hashtag for #architects. Here's evidence that my s-books R given over 2 #storytelling. ”

“"Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories" Our profession's a closed book but great storytelling will reveal the drama & joy embedded in design”

“"Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories" The profession's a closed book but great storytelling will reveal the drama & joy embedded in design”

“Someone in #entertainment #media will stumble upon the untapped genre of #architectural #storytelling - and it will happen on Twitter.”

“"Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories" The profession is a closed book, but great storytelling reveals the drama & joy embedded in design.”

“Excellent writing, when the antagonist finally takes a fall. And his name is Fails. Great finale of #Longmire!”

“"Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories" The profession is a closed book, but great storytelling reveals the drama & joy embedded in design.”

“"Architecture Holds a Thousand Stories" Our profession is a closed book, but great storytelling reveals the drama & joy embedded in design.”

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