How to Have Great Ideas: John Ingledew

Here are several project suggestions from Ingledew’s book How to Have Great Ideas- he has been writing about design, philosophy and photography for decades...some intersting images and ideas in this one.

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23: Writer Ernerst Hemingway famously laid down a challenge to write a story in six words. This idea can be then translated into gesture or tableau in group work...

33: Be inspired by Archigram and propose some wild ideas for future cities.

70: Become attuned to things that stand out for you from the everyday and the mundane.  Collect the things that speak to you above the hubbub of daily noise.  Look out in particular for those that shout.

106: Reconfigure your creative zone. Create a written code of conduct for your own ideas-seeking space.  (or apply this to another space).