As creatives, we need to reward our busy minds with fresh “eye candy” inspiration and spring is the best season to reinvigorate.
But don’t just keep snacking from the same bag of Skittles and expect it to taste differently – you’ve got to try something new! Look away from the industry you already know and head into territories unknown, you’ll be surprised at how it will satisfy your soul and feed your work.
So, step away from the iPhone, open your eyes to the real world and indulge your curiosity. Inspiration is literally blooming all around you!
The Editor’s Edge team is sweet on some Eye Candy inspiration of our own right now, read on for some food for thought! 🍭
Editor’s Edge Eye Candy Faves
Kristi Drago-Price, Founder
Kristi can’t stop binge watching this informative and inspirational Netflix documentary series that dives into the varying design processes of modern day creators.
"It’s fascinating to watch other creatives tackle inspiration and production. It makes me appreciate the design process that much more!”
Erika Koop-Philbin, Office Manager
Erika took a break from the concrete jungle to stop and smell the violets at the New York Botanical Gardens, indulging in some personal, instead of professional, photo time.
“The gardens are starting to bloom and with it so many ideas for spring photography too. My mind is on overdrive mapping out the perfect spots for my next shoot!”
Zaira Vallejo, Content Editor
Zaira can’t stop dreaming of the vivid colors and beautiful people she met on her recent trip to Havana.
“Something about Havana is just pure magic. From the island’s rich history to its endless ocean breeze and the carefree attitude of locals, it’s a must- explore paradise for reinvigorating your soul.”
Amy Sims, Project Editor
Amy is so motivated by #ladyboss Joanna Gaines. She’s taking tips from both her incredible eye for design and her business acumen.
“Watching the Magnolia brand grow from a simple design & renovation firm to a brand with retail and media outlets has been so encouraging. It’s a prime example of what can happen when you live your brand.”