photo from The Style Files
They can be general, featuring pictures that inspire us and keep our minds jumping or they can be specific for an upcoming client project.
Architectural Digest July 1976
Albert Hadley was way ahead of the curve. He had a mood wall ! This would feature current projects and inspirational photos to keep his creative energy peaked.
Mood boards offer insight into the creative mind.
This mood board designed by UK's Andy Clarke of Malarky shows how the board should evoke an overall feeling The pop colors and bold graphics put us in that late 60's, early 70's frame of mind just by glancing at it.
With creative exuberance, this mood board spills over onto the table top!
Located next to the drafting table, all one has to do is glance to the right to get energy and direction for where a project should be going.
Well, now that we have a cool wall, we need a funky, creative chair!
With this furniture, how can you not be creative!
(Teojasmin will also use your own graphics!)
Who knows what you can create when your mind is given free reign? I love the concept of the lace fence by Demakersvan. They define it as "hostility versus kindness"..."industrial versus craft"....and that is where we come in....artists...creative people ...trying to add a little kindness to the planet! Happy Earth Day!!