ask my mom.
ever since i was in high school, i felt the need to be surrounded by creativity. not mine, but others. there is something about having it all around me – where i can see the details from wherever i am in the room. what do i deem creative? where he’s a short list:kick ass photography – mainly fashion or decor color – varies depending on mood. black/white, pink, red, baby blue) people who inspire me (audrey, diana, diane, woody) people who i love (rof, dad, mom, sister paris quotes (it’s not who you are that holds you back. It’s who you think you’re not) dreamy landscapes and beautiful decor
so, like i’ve said in the past, i love to rip everything out of magazines and collage them up on a board. In high school, i did this in my bedroom to every wall from top to bottom. i may have been the only one that thought it was cool. but – as you can see – i’m not the only one according to the latest on-line mags. like these images from domino small spaces:
so this weekend, while ROF was at the indy 500, i had the need to get creative. side tracked<so much of our daily life is not creative. status meetings, details, expectations. let’s hover on expectations for a minute. at work, i strive to exceed expectations. my own, my clients, my peers. does anyone know how exhausting that is? i’m sure you do. when you are being creative or just simply being inspired – there are no expectations except for you to trust your style. lovely>
so i grabbed my trusty scissors, about 50 magazines i had laying around, some books that never get opened and an xacto knife. i snagged properly a rather large and ugly old bulletin board and got to work. have to say, i’m in my element when i’m doing this. took me back to high school again.
i love it!