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How I Flipped My Brain's View of the Black and Blue Dress

The Internet pretty much went crazy today (or at least everybody on it THOUGHT they were crazy) when everyone looked at the same photo and half saw a white/gold dress while the other half saw a blue/black dress. Here's how … Continue reading

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Beauty = Structure + Variation

It wouldn’t be wintertime without images of snowflakes popping up everywhere. There’s no mistaking their beauty, but there are lessons in that beauty that we can apply to our own works. The most beautiful snowflakes look as if they were … Continue reading

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What designers should be thankful for this year

The past few months have been a very interesting time for me. Freed from the responsibilities of running an agency, I’ve been getting in touch with my creative roots. I’ve been getting my hands dirty… very dirty. I’ve fired up … Continue reading

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National Creativity Day (aka Halloween)

Michael Jackson, giant Heinz condiments, Ms. Green M&M and four Tetris pieces. It's not a punchline. It's not an excerpt from my dream journal. It's a sampling of the creativity that comes pouring out on Halloween, which is why I'm … Continue reading

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The myth of '100' – Why many things should be finished, but most will never be complete

On a scale of 1 to 100, what do you think of the title of this post? If you say 100, you're lying. In fact, pretty much any number you give is a fabrication, because its purely a relative measurement … Continue reading

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