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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".

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.

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