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The second part in the Q&A series.
A lot of what’s sent isn’t worth sharing, but other things are…
If I misunderstood any of your questions, feel free to pull me up in the comments.
Despite the mixed reviews I’ve read, there’s something about the imai house I find appealing.
I enjoy drawing, and I do better work when it’s enjoyable. So there’s that, too.
…because it shapes your capacity to understand what’s possible.
Written by Linds Redding a few months before he died last year aged 52.
Water is collected by the house itself, cleaned and reused, and the house supplies its own power.
People I’ll never meet can do a lot to keep me motivated.
Everybody is fundamentally, the ultimate reality.
Some political commentators have suggested the creation of a new flag for Northern Ireland.
Not quite Felix Baumgartner, but definitely one of my 2012 highlights.
If you leave a comment with your chapter choice I’ll create a free PDF for the most popular.
A thought-provoking short video narrated by philosopher Alan Watts (1915-1973).
Massoud Hassani. Designer. Life saver.
Work for Money, Design for Love is now available for pre-order through Amazon.
Although I’ve yet to find my own cure, there are some common sense things that help.
Email marketing 101: Don’t spam.
Two minutes rammed full of childhood memories.
I recently had a chat with Cerentha Harris, editor of Herman Miller’s Lifework blog.
I was taking a few photos of cards for my portfolio when I came across my very first business card.
Where’s the line between a focus on your career and the impact of your work on society at large?
Here are ten basic character traits that I remind myself of now and again, believing that if they can be adopted, the path I create will be much smoother than most.
I don’t want to give my money to a man who glorifies elephant-hunting.
This is my Painted Picture. It’s the shape of my business in March 2014 when I turn 35. The idea is that by putting it into words, my Picture has a stronger chance of becoming reality.