There is no strategy, but continuous stimulation through vast, even random collections of influences; outspoken thoughts and witty thinking make creativity spin and thrill and grow.
Date: 12 December 2014
There is no strategy, but continuous stimulation through vast, even random collections of influences; outspoken thoughts and witty thinking make creativity spin and thrill and grow. The making process of the Intelligent Hand, the connection point between the initiating thought and the final outcome, is the only process, which truly filters and clarifies. It culminates in the creation of the Arrogant Ring: its final aim is to achieve sophistication through playfulness, every handmade piece containing its own world.
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