In your working process you should have no boundaries and then you have no fear.
Although some can feel uncomfortable about this, good things can come out of incomprehension and incompetence.
It can take you places the linear, logical thought cannot.
The act of not knowing and finding something out that is new, or to find a new way and a new understanding.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
‘There are towns and areas in the UK where the public sector has collapsed, unemployment is very high and there is no access to any kind of creative skills training because Government doesn’t really support it, so that’s where we need to focus our workshop efforts.’
Neville Brody speaking about the new role of D&AD to Design Week
For more go here.
Over on the Design Observer site there’s a lovely short article by Edward Ruscha on hand-painted signs. A nice little slide show goes with it. Here’s two brief quotes from the article to give you a taste…
Some sign painters had the facility to make any word grouping look good and make any letter of the alphabet look stylish.
The creators of hand-painted signs have engaged in an elegant and noble art form in all of its extremes, but in a world of computer plastics, where do we go?