How to be creative by Hugh MacLeod

Hugh MacLeod MacLeod, an advertising executive and popular blogger with a flair for the creative, gives his 26 tried-and-true tips for being truly creative. Each point illustrated by a cartoon drawn by the author himself. If you’ve ever felt the draw to do something creative but just haven’t been able to pull it together, you’ll love this manifesto.

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  • About the author: Hugh MacLeod is a brand consultant, copywriter and cartoonist. Born in America but educated in the UK, he has spent most of his life shuttling between the two countries. He started out in straight TV advertising writing in the early 90s but with the advent of new media it evolved into new brand thinking and cultural transformation. His website,http://gapingvoid.com, is widely read in the blogosphere.

     

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    2 Risposte to “How to be creative by Hugh MacLeod”

    1. Simona Rusnakova Says:

      Thanks for this, very interesting stuff.

    2. max Says:

      ti segnalo anche “consigli per giovinazzi” del lele panzeri, all’interno del suo libro “c’ero una volta” (altro periodo e altro mondo se vuoi, ma bello lo stesso)…

      c’è un post all’iuinterno del blog adci che li riporta, li vorrei ripubblicare anch’io prima o poi.

      max

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