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Happy Inktober!

It’s officially October! You know what that means right? No—not just colorful leaves, rain boots, and pumpkin spice lattes. It’s Inktober! Every October, artists and designers around the world participate in the Inktober drawing challenge by creating one ink drawing every day for the entire month. Created in 2009 by illustrator Jake Parker, Inktober’s goals are […]

Why hasn’t left-handedness been removed from the gene pool?

Left vs. right handedness is interesting. You’d think that natural selection would eventually remove left handedness from the gene pool, as most people are right handed, and we live in a world catered to this majority. South Paw boxers, for example. Any right-handed fighter expects to encounter a right-handed opponent, but when a left handed […]

15 “Most Creative” Food Packaging Designs

It’s time to take a break and get a good chuckle out the 15 “most creative” food packaging designs (http://www.businesspundit.com/15-most-creative-food-packaging-designs/?img=43481). I do not believe these are the MOST creative packaging, or even come close, since most of these “creative” ideas make you chuckle:  the tea bangs hanging on mini hangers (which is darling) and bread buns […]

Is Creativity in the Work Place Necessary?

So you have a new project and you need to get those creativity juices going, but you’re stumped on ideas. Read NPR’s article “How Creativity Works’: It’s All In Your Imagination“. It’s an interview with Jonah Lehrer about his book “Imagine: How Creativity Works.”  Lehrer argues that creativity, whether you’re “writing a Shakespearean tragedy, or trying […]