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  • Gold & Silver Anthem Awards for work with Whirlpool & Habitat for Humanity

  • USA Today: Non-profit 3-D prints a $100 arm for boy in Sudan

    Not Impossible Labs is constantly striving to live up to its mission of providing technology for the sake of humanity.

  • Fox Business: Not Impossible

    Not Impossible Labs Founders Elliot Kotek and Mick Ebeling discuss their 3D prosthetic printing business.

  • Daily Mail: Project Daniel

    Meet the Not Impossible team behind Project Daniel who plan to set up more 3D printing and training labs around the world to give war victims new limbs Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2700716/Meet-Not-Impossible-team-Project-Daniel-plan-set-3D-printing-training-labs-world-victims-war-new-limbs.html#ixzz3od573WJJ Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  • Daily Mail: Father of Three with MND Speaks to His Wife for the First Time in 15 Years

    Father of three with motor neurone disease speaks to his wife for the first time in 15 YEARS to renew his wedding vows... and the groundbreaking Aussie whose technology company allowed it to happen

  • Strategy: Making the Impossible Possible

    Not Impossible Labs' founders on creating visceral storytelling, robotic arms, the maker movement and lessons for brands.

  • Popular Mechanics: Brilliant Idea

    3D-Printed Prosthetic Arms for the Children of Sudan. We caught up with Elliot Kotek, content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible, to hear about the project.

  • Branded Content Lets Sick Farmer Say "I Love You" to His Wife for First Time in 15 Years

    An Australian content maker is behind a Valentine’s Day branded content offering about a farmer living with ALS being given the ability to say ‘I love you’ to his wife for the first time in 15 years.

  • Aussie Makes Docs with Altruistic Angle

    California-based Australian Elliot Kotek is combining his passions of creating technology to help humanity and making documentaries. The co-founder of Not Impossible, Kotek is producing Project Daniel and he’s just released Don’s Voice. In a separate venture he has just completed Queen Mimi, a feature doc profiling 89-year-old “Mimi”, who was homeless for 35 years. Living and working in a laundromat in Santa Monica she befriended actors Zach Galifianakis and Renée Zellweger and turned her life around. Kotek has financed Not Impossible’s shorts by corporate sponsorships, highlighting technology devised by his firm.

  • ACM SIGGRAPH: 5 Tips for Innovators from Not Impossible's Elliot Kotek

    Kotek and his team are proof that a lot can happen in the span of one year, including the completion of inspiring projects like Don’s Voice as well as impressive accolades for Project Daniel. We connected with Kotek during SXSW 2015, where Project Daniel was honored with the Innovative 3-DIY Award, in hopes to encourage the SIGGRAPH community to continue to search to “find your Daniel” and innovate for the good of humanity.

  • Forbes: Setting Your Sights on the Impossible

    Don’t tell Elliot Kotek something is impossible. The content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible Now has made a career out of making the word “impossible” obsolete.

  • Q&A with Co-Founder of Not Impossible

    Not Impossible makes DIY, accessible, tech-based solutions for people in need around the world, and then powerfully tells the stories of how that tech transforms a life. It was exciting to learn more about Not Impossible’s innovative work and how they are changing the world.

  • Uniting Impact & Creativity with Elliot Kotek

    While the list of honors bestowed upon his teams is long—spanning Emmy nominations, 5 Cannes Lions, SxSW awards and more—the greatest testament to his work is the impact it achieves. Elliot joined Purpose 360 to talk about the power of storytelling to engage citizens, drive progress, and touch hearts.

  • Adobe Experience Makers Podcast with Elliot Kotek

    Elliot is the Founder & CEO of The Nation of Artists, an Emmy-nominated social good content production company, who's creativity and innovation knows no bounds. They have partnered with some of the globes biggest brands like Accenture, Hyundai, Wal-Mart, Intel and others, creating authentic experiences that come to you sincerely.

  • The Troublemakers: Elliot Kotek. Passion. Purpose. People. Possibility

    Elliot Kotek is a man with a humbling resume. The current CEO of the Nation of Artists, a social impact production company dedicated to helping people through a unique brand of storytelling. Beyond his resume, Elliot is one of the nicest guys we've ever met. Join as we hear about his insanely creative background, his 4P's for finding your creative way and how he's using creativity to drive social impact.

  • Filmmaking for Change: Creative Impact with Elliot V Kotek

    "Ideas + Empathy = impact" is the motto for The Nation of Artists. We sat down with the Founder and CEO of this innovative company, Elliot Kotek to learn more about how they work with a broad ranger of parters to leverage the power of story to create change.

  • What's it like working with Zach Galifianakis & Queen Mimi, 3-D printing an arm for a boy in Sudan & Winning a Cannes Lion Award?

    Elliot Kotek is the CEO and founder of The Nation of Artists, the founding editor of Beyond Cinema and co-founded Not Impossible. To put it simply, he believes in the power of content and campaigns to change the world and is the key creative in building collaborative teams around ideas that deliver real impact to real people in real need. He is the producer of Project Daniel, Don's Voice, Queen Mimi and other projects that have been recognized for their innovation and which delivered compelling and award-winning content while simultaneously changing the daily narrative in people's lives.

  • The Death of Impossibility

    Elliot breaks down Not Impossible's methodology for innovation, ideas, amplification, entrepreneurship, and creating good in the world. (recorded on location at SXSW)

  • Value Added: The Importance of Storytelling & Collaboration with Elliot Kotek

    Elliot Kotek has produced films like 140 and Queen Mimi, he is the co-founder of Not Impossible Labs, editor-and-chief of Beyond Cinema magazine, along with playing a part in many other awesome projects. Elliot talked about his journey getting to where he is now, the importance of storytelling, and the opportunities to work with brands to bring ideas to life.

  • Activateen: Interview with Social Innovator, Elliot Kotek

    Elliot Kotek is a leading mind on purposeful content, technology for good, innovating for humanity, storytelling for social impact. His films and innovations have won multiple awards. He is the CEO & founder of The Nation of Artists, founder of Beyond Cinema and co-founded Not Impossible. Activateen founder, Shaku Selvakumar talks to him about his childhood in Australia, being a teen, his journey, influences and advice for students.