Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
Feed your inspiration with our regular columns.
From wallet-housed trinkets to analog antiques, we chat to the Halal director about some of the things she keeps around her to stay creatively inspired.
We chat to the Keeper Content director Andrew De Zen about his main sources for inspiration, his fave bit of tech and his current musical playlist rotation.
Renowned food director and photographer, and founder of Chuck Studios, Olaf van Gerwen on his addiction to bass, his love for 'the sloppy side of LA', and the joy of finding a new social media platform.
The ECD at Ntropic London, Aidan Gibbons, swears his love for Malcolm Tucker, enjoys making music with a microsampler and has a penchant for board games.
We chat to OB management's directing duo Ruby + Boya about their favourite promos, influences and who they are currently listening to.
Martina Kirkham, the Executive Producer at Czar's new office in Milan, is a cinephile with the best directors at her fingertips, an audiophile with a love of vinyl and, surely, an Anglophile with her love of a yeasty treat.
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The Final Cut editor of Disney's A Wrinkle in Time, civil rights drama Selma and Netflix's powerful When They See Us talks us through his framed inspiration, movie-classics tome and a baseball that means a lot.
The Founder and Partner of editorial house Spot Welders, David Glean, shares the history behind three artists who influence him personally and professionally.
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The Co-Founder of Paris-based agency Altmann&Pacreau, Olivier Altmann, on monitoring his sons' finances, the brilliance of a modern ballet and why agencies need to stop giving their thoughts away for free.
The Blink director talks us through a few of the things he needs around him in order to get his creative juices flowing, including an aural-tickling Japanese postcard, a bounty of books on the paranormal and more ties than you can shake a neck at.
We hear from Compulsory director Emmanuel Adjei, where we talk painters, Radiohead internet leaks and African science fiction...