The people at the B-L-A-N-K weblog think it’s more difficult to be creative in the suburbs than in the city or the countryside. I’ll concur – this week at least – as it’s a major deadline week and ideas need to keep flowing at a slightly greater rate then they are. I’m trying to decide whether ideas will be more likely to come to me staring out of the window at a housing estate or sitting in the Wetherspoons daycentre for cartoonists and the elderly. I suspect it will make no difference at all.
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One Response to “Suburban creativity”
mmm, tough decision, although one will cost you at least 85p more than the other