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The key to inspiration

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11:04 AM | 14 June 2013

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The most common advice given by advertising executives and lecturers has always been, ‘be involved and interested in everything’. This will give you a hub of inspiration and a-go-to pot for ideas.

Basically it will help you in the long run and provide a solid basis for becoming a well-rounded and cultured individual. So when I came across ‘Two Chips’, I thought how amazing it was that something so menial as a ‘drunken joke’ could become the idea behind a very funny animation.

Remember everyday occurrences can become amazing ideas if you just give them a little thought and imagination.

The lovely video was created by animator Adam Patch .

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