Inspiration: Where does it come from?. Raymond
Loewy, the industrial designer, once said that ‘simplicity is the
deciding factor in the aesthetic equation.’ So, in the spirit of good
design, let’s begin with a radical simplification. Artists are
influenced primarily by other artists, which means that standard art
history can sound like a baseball broadcast of an infield play:
Velazquez to Goya to Picasso. And designers? To be sure, they are aware
of the products of other designers, but their attention is not so
narrowly focused.
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