I sometimes feel pretty stunted in the creativity department — I’m a lot more logical than I am creative, though there’s obviously some overlap in any complex problem solving. That said, I’m still pretty visually oriented, and I’m always interested in the details that go into things, and learning how to look at things different. This 40-minute video by Inge Druckrey — Teaching To See — might be interesting if you’re in the same boat yourself.
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