These gorgeous old Japanese medical prints made me smile after discovering them via print interesting the other day. Just look at that detail!
I've been pondering creative matters at length in the last little while. For work and for pleasure and now somehow they've become beautifully entwined. I've been particularly focussed on how creativity is fostered and nurtured for creative folk, particularly those in art and design. If you too enjoy thinking about these things check out Elizabeth Gilbert's wonderful podcast on TED about nurturing creativity. It's 19 minutes of your life that will be well spent. I have watched it a number of times in the last year and each time I come away thinking about something new. Today it was about the importance of persistence. Now ain't that the truth?
Is there something about persistence and your creative process that you'd like to share? Do you have any magical methods/approaches/routines that work for you?