Whether it’s creating the next great MUNNY or writing that paper for English class, we’ve all encountered writer’s, or creator’s, block before. You feel helpless as you stare at the blank screen or page or toy, unsure of yourself and what to do next.
ISO50 quizzed designers, photographers, and illustrators including the likes of Audrey Kawasaki, Invisible Creature, and Mike Perry, on how they cope when the block threatens their creative process. Some surf the web, some take a walk, one even cooks a nice meal. Most seem to think taking a break and exposing yourself to new, interesting things can get you out of a rut.
What do YOU do when you can’t create?
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