Grafik The Right Idea written on a brick wall

On Creativity

The wonderful thing about the web is the ability to connect with people you would never know existed. People whose paths would never cross, whose art would never be seen, whose thoughts would go unheard. And in my journeys I have stumbled upon sites that I would never want to see again, and sites that are rich with ideas.

Rebel's Manifesto

In my last foray I happened upon a wonderful blog on art and creativity called wishjar   http://www.kerismith.com/blog/ – a wonderful blog on illustration, musings on being an artist, and generally the questions that surround any creative person. If you do not feel like reading a blog just check out her wonderful photos and art on http://www.flickr.com/photos/kerismith/. Here is her wonderful manifesto:

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