How professional creatives use their space to organize their thoughts

Artists have some of the most creative ways of organizing their thoughts and projects. Thanks to Austin Kleon, author of Show Your Work, for recently sharing in his blog these two creatives and how they creatively use space to produce art. They're not necessarily space-saving solutions, but contain some out-of-the-box inspiration: Click here to see how artist & author Twyla Tharp uses bankers boxes like you've never seen before. http://tumblr.austinkleon.com/post/58625662398

Click here to see how film editors and writers are using the trusty, analog index card to layout their ideas.

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