The older I get, the more seldom I see art the really touches me. It´s sad. But even more sad is the fact that I seldom do something myself, that I find extraordinary. But I will proceed. Anyway. Stubborn as ever.
I´ve been experimenting in Photoshop all day. Did´t really get to the point where I felt ok to proceed to the next level. And a question poped up "Where is the beak point when something concrete is getting abstract?"
Christmas is coming, so I´ve heard. Guess it´s time to startard to give thinking about what to give to family and friends. Maybe something special for the creatives....What do that want anyway? I find it really hard to know what other creatives really want. Most of the things that want, they can create themselves out of things that are creative enough to get:) But this picture might give a clue to inspiration.
One day I just felt I had to be more creative and change career. If you think so too, maybe this page from Bureau of Labour Statistics, can give you some inspiration. You can find lists of professions, and texts about rewards, challenges, wages and working conditions. It begins: If you think creativity is only for artists, think again. People use creativity every day in all kinds of ways, whether to tell a story about that time your car broke down or to develop a mobile app.
There is one thing that I call the "brain-spin-thing". When I´m in a special mode, searching with all my senses for something to come up. As if someone told me "Today, you´re gonna find something revolutionary, -keep your eyes open! Too bad it doesn´t work to fool the brian getting into this mode too often....but still....good when it happens.
After a quite busy day, I´m gonna go to sleep really early. Can´t hurt creativity if you believe in this article by Sam McNerney http://bigthink.com/insights-of-genius/relaxation-creativity-the-science-of-sleeping-on-it Saying this, and more: Sigmund Freud postulated that dreaming is a reflection of the unleashed id; it represents one’s deep sexual fantasies and frustrations implanted during childhood. But what happens when we fall asleep is usually much less dramatic; we dre