For me, inspiration is very rarely computer related. It’s classic movies, old books, looking at people in the streets of New York. Sometimes it’s just closing my eyes and waiting for an idea to come. — Thom Browne
2 thoughts on “Inspiration”
That is so true. You cant look at the source to deal with a problem. But rather something external to it.
Great simplification of the creative process; the ambiguous and etherial process of “inspiration” is totally unrelated to the amount of time spent in [x] context. Time spent letting your mind work on the *selective* inputs you provide will bring new ideas.
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