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Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity

I used to think that sketching meant “sketchy lines” but it really means putting down ideas quickly in a way you can understand. The understanding part was the part I missed for years…  It doesn’t matter what the sketch looks like, as long as you understand what it means and it will communicate to you even later. I’m sorry if this sounds obvious but it is a concept I was weirdly missing. Things like this, drawn by visual people, but not artists who work in a wholly visual medium, are fascinating to me for this reason. How do they think, and communicate to themselves?

youmightfindyourself:

Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity

I used to think that sketching meant “sketchy lines” but it really means putting down ideas quickly in a way you can understand. The understanding part was the part I missed for years…  It doesn’t matter what the sketch looks like, as long as you understand what it means and it will communicate to you even later. I’m sorry if this sounds obvious but it is a concept I was weirdly missing. Things like this, drawn by visual people, but not artists who work in a wholly visual medium, are fascinating to me for this reason. How do they think, and communicate to themselves?

youmightfindyourself:

Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity

I used to think that sketching meant “sketchy lines” but it really means putting down ideas quickly in a way you can understand. The understanding part was the part I missed for years…  It doesn’t matter what the sketch looks like, as long as you understand what it means and it will communicate to you even later. I’m sorry if this sounds obvious but it is a concept I was weirdly missing. Things like this, drawn by visual people, but not artists who work in a wholly visual medium, are fascinating to me for this reason. How do they think, and communicate to themselves?

youmightfindyourself:

Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity

I used to think that sketching meant “sketchy lines” but it really means putting down ideas quickly in a way you can understand. The understanding part was the part I missed for years… It doesn’t matter what the sketch looks like, as long as you understand what it means and it will communicate to you even later. I’m sorry if this sounds obvious but it is a concept I was weirdly missing. Things like this, drawn by visual people, but not artists who work in a wholly visual medium, are fascinating to me for this reason. How do they think, and communicate to themselves?

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