Mind Map: Andrew Kuo
It can be useful imagining your creative process as a picture or pattern of some sort, a schematic. If we asked a dozen people to map their own creative processes, we imagine everyone would draw something different. It’s not an exact science, but we bet the way your mind works when making something—or thinking about making something—is different than that of the mind of the person sitting next to you.
“My paintings follow specific rules that I follow as I work on them. This sketch shows a chart that starts with two timelines that are contained within a box. The boxes are then stacked like a deck of cards and grouped to form visual data sets for the writing. Here, the writing starts with broad, general thoughts and ends with smaller details and concerns.” - Andrew Kuo
What does your mind map look like? If you want to make your own mind map and share it with us, that could be fun: firstname.lastname@example.org