"Solve unsolvable problems by enhancing your creativity"
The Burke/Lonvig Model
Psychologist Stephen Joseph Burke and Artist Asbjorn Lonvig have developed the Burke/Lonvig Model. A model for training CREATIVITY by joining Burke's and Lonvig's core competences in Psychology, Art and Information Technology. A model that enables employees to enhance skills in creativity and enhance an innovative environment. The Burke/Lonvig Model is conducted in seminars held by Burke and Lonvig. Successful Management depends on ultimate creativity and innovative thinking.


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Concepts & Facilities
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Introducing The Burke/Lonvig Model, which is based on C. G. Jung's theory of personality type.

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Case
Studies
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The Extraordinary Case
A selection of cases with extraordinary ways of inspiration

 

The Kelsen Case
A totally accidental event  changes inspiration

 

The Roaring 20s Case
President of Board of Trustees Peter Poggione at the Children's Museum in Las Vegas asked for  Roaring 20s motifs

 

The Alain Joannes Case
The art work “Soul Hurting Still” is analyzed by author Alain Joannes, Paris, France in his
book “How to communicate through pictures”.

 
The Architecture Case
Research and interpretation in colorful simplicity of 30 or more architectural interesting buildings in Denmark.

 

The ARoS & Race Case
Attending the exhibition
“Racing Cars – The Art Dimension…” at Aros
Art Museum.

 

The Christianity Case
A series of 10 works
with Christian motifs.

 

The Confucius Case
Selected Confusius Quotations and an art portrait of Confusius.
 

 

The Dantrout
Case
An art work is created
to the Award Winning company Dantrout.
You follow the development of a trout usable in a collage of touts telling the story about the rainbow trout and company Dantrout and the rainbow trout.

 

The Rape-Nui
Case
Easter-Island’s ancient Polynesian culture Rapa-Nui and its myths and legends are the inspiration for a series of art work.

 

The Easyfood Case
Bulls Eye. The motif for Award Winning  and producer of Convenience Food Easyfood

 

The Flower Case
St. Mary Hospice had a flower logo and the
rooms were decorated with an individual flower motif from the Danish flora

 

The Marxen Case
Amazing windmill
blades: Marxen Composites produces windmill blades and
has a past in
composites fiber boat building


 

The Foreign Culture Case
Art work from 35 places in the World – architecture – landscapes - portraits.

 

The Rembrandt Case
The ultimate creative mind is revealed. The article: “A National Gallery - A Dutchman called Rembrandt…”

 

The Roman Case
A series of art work inspired by ancient Rome.

 

Hans Christian Andersen Case
Motifs inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's
fairy tale characters


 

Fairy Tale Case
A fairy tale is created from start to finish


 

Sad Days Indeed Case
About the painting “Sad Days Indeed” – paint thrown on a plate of wood.

 

Exercise Tasks
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Publish US-Postal Stamps Task
Publishing  US-Postal stamps.
In a few hours the stamps are for sale all over USA.

 

Publishing a book Task
Online publishing of a book and make it ready for sale all over the world immediately.

 

Online Puzzle Games Task
Kids all over the world can play this puzzle game immediately.

 

Designing Kids Shoes Task
Designing a pair of kids shoes and make them ready for sale all over the world immediately.

 

Designing Clocks Task
Designing clocks and make them ready for sale all over the world immediately.

 

Draw a MANDALA Task
Using the MandalaMaker software.

 

Inspirational
Cases
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Christiansborg Palace Case
Danish symbols. Symbols of Denmark.
Art projection and lecture.

 

Christiansborg Palace Chapel Case
Art projection on huge canvas  and Beatles music on church organ live

 

The Rohden Manor House Case
Motifs and sample applications.

 

The Ussinggaard Manor House Case
Motifs and sample applications.

 

The Oerumgaard Manor House Case
Motifs and sample applications.

 

The Loendal Manor House Case
Motifs and sample applications.

 

Bernhard has arrived in Aarhus Case
Art projection on huge canvas on the Pedestrianized Street
in Aarhus
and Beatles music on church organ recorded on CD

 
Hedensted
Church Tower Case

Art projection on Church tower and Beatles music on church organ live

 

Manor  Houses, Palaces and Castles in the State of Denmark Case
Loendal, Ussinggaard,
Oerumgaard, Rohden,
Gyllingnaes, Schelenborg, Clausholm, Agersboel
Tranekaer, Koldinghus, Bygholm, Tirsbaek, Christiansborg, Williamsborg, Marselisborg, St Clemens Courtyard, Erich Erichsen's Mansion...

 

Confucius Institute Case
Presenting Pilot Study program to Confucius Institutes worldwide.

 

Nr. Bjert Church Case
Art projection on huge canvas  and Beatles music on church organ live

 

Green IT
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What is Green IT
Why is BurkeLonvig.com Green IT?
Server strategy
POD/MOD concept
Open Source Initiative


 

FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY
Draw a MANDALA Task
using the MandalaMaker software.

We want to show participant an amazing IT product made available by the Internet.
You can design Mandalas using
the MandalaMaker software.
Motifs on the clocks are from places around the world.


INSPIRATION: Concerning inspiration this exercise task confirms the REALIZE point about that internet tools can enhance your creativity.

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What is a MANDALA?:
The word "mandala" is from the classical Indian language of Sanskrit. Loosely translated to mean "circle," a mandala is far more than a simple shape. It represents wholeness, and can be seen as a model for the organizational structure of life itself - a cosmic diagram that reminds us of our relation to the infinite, the world that extends both beyond and within our bodies and minds.
Describing both material and non-material realities, the mandala appears in all aspects of life: the celestial circles we call earth, sun, and moon, as well as conceptual circles of friends, family, and community.

The integrated view of the world represented by the mandala, while long embraced by some Eastern religions, has now begun to emerge in Western religious and secular cultures. Awareness of the mandala may have the potential of changing how we see ourselves, our planet, and perhaps even our own life purpose.

The "circle with a center" pattern is the basic structure of creation that is reflected from the micro to the macro in the world as we know it. It is a pattern found in nature and is seen in biology, geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy.

On our planet, living things are made of cells and each cell has a nucleus - all display circles with centers. The crystals that form ice, rocks, and mountains are made of atoms. Each atom is a mandala.

Within the Milky Way galaxy is our solar system and within our solar system, is Earth. Each is a mandala that is part of a larger mandala. Flowers, the rings found in tree trunks and the spiraling outward and inward of a snail's shell all reflect the primal mandala pattern.

Wherever a center is found radiating outward and inward, there is wholeness a mandala. Representing the universe itself, a mandala is both the microcosm and the macrocosm, and we are all part of its intricate design. The mandala is more than an image seen with our eyes; it is an actual moment in time. It can be can be used as a vehicle to explore art, science, religion and life itself. The mandala contains an encyclopedia of the finite and a road map to infinity.

Carl Gustav Jung said that a mandala symbolizes "a safe refuge of inner reconciliation and wholeness." It is "a synthesis of distinctive elements in a unified scheme representing the basic nature of existence." Jung used the mandala for his own personal growth and wrote about his experiences.

It is said by Tibetan Buddhists that a mandala consists of five "excellencies"
The teacher - The message - The audience - The site - The time .

When you look at the mandala
you look into the center of
all that ever existed 
or that will exist
at that exact moment in time


Designs in Palo Alto:
Coming soon.


In Palo Alto there is this group of IT-nerds.
IT-nerds that know their trade.
IT-nerds whose knowledge on IT and internet is second to none.
IT-nerds that have crazy ideas.
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Manufacturing on demand is innovative.
Customization of manufacturing on demand products is extreme.

It is so fantastic -
my greatest problem is to make people understand.





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Stephen@Burke.dk lonvig@mail.dk
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Stephen Joseph Burke, Irish
Organizational psychologist
graduated from University of Dublin and University of Aarhus

 Asbjorn Lonvig
Asbjorn Lonvig, Danish

Artist, designer, sculptor, fairy tale writer and software engineer by IBM



Draw a MANDALA Task
- Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig
Draw a MANDALA Task - Improve your creativity dramatically - Psychology - Art - IT - conducted in seminars by
psychologist S. Burke and artist and software engineer A. Lonvig