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10 Creative People Share What Inspires Them


Inspiration is everywhere — from the words of your favorite writer to the blooms and leaves on your morning walk. You just need to open your eyes, and breathe it in.

Sometimes it helps to talk to others who are creative to get ideas about what gets their creativity juices flowing.

Here, 10 creative people share the various things that inspire their beautiful works.

Breanna Radermacher is a print and web designer in the Minneapolis area.

As a designer, I find myself planted in front of a computer screen for long hours at a time; it’s a part of my job, after all. While it’s easy to say that I find loads of inspiration through visual blogs and social media websites like Pinterest (which I do), the truth is that I’m most inspired by stepping away from the screen.

Whether I’m going for a walk around town or road-tripping across the states, it’s always a breath of fresh air. Intriguing and different. Inspiration, truly, is everywhere. You just need to open your eyes a little bit to see it all around you.

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10 Creative People Share What Inspires Them

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  1. This post shows why creativity is more of an approach than a result, which is both informative and inspiring.

    Thanks.

  2. I loved reading about how some of my favorite artists/ designers find their inspiration! Thanks for sharing! Love these women!

  3. I really believe this – start with inspiration, follow your creativity and it will lead you to some amazing results.. and I think it’s important to start in the home – how you live there sets you up for how you cope with the outside world.. great article.

  4. Nice work you have going here

  5. I am inspired. Thanks for such a wonderful article.

 

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