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August 07, 2007


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Luc Debaisieux

KG, excellent post. I do feel connected to understanding the limits of perfectionism.
Did you ever hear about Stefan G. Bucher's DAILY MONSTER? Basically Stefan frees his creativity by blowing on ink spots he drops on a paper. He then "translates" the spot into a Monster. Insightful as he challenges other artists to tell a story about his monster and now also to interpret the "open source spots" he blows. You should check an example here :


PS : Also check Katie Chatfield's yesterday post :



Hi Luc! Thanks for your interesting insight into this aspect of being human. I'll also check out the links you recommend. :)

Mimi Lenox

Great advice. Authenticity is always the way to go. Ugly or not.


Mimi — Authenticity, absolutely! Nice to "see" you here. :)

Verna Wilder

Oh, I love this! When I started blogging, I was surprised to find myself just throwing the words out there, letting go of logic to find chaos, which often seems to take me back to some kind of skewed logic. I type the posts, give them a quick once-over for typos, and click Publish. Wabi-sabi!

I'm enjoying your blog very much. Thank you for being so eclectic and so readable.


Hi Verna — Glad you're enjoying your visit here! Sounds like you've captured wabi-sabi blogging. :)

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