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First sketch of a lettering piece I'm excited to be working on.
When I was younger and less experienced, the idea of facing a creative process excited me as much as it terrified me. Feeling comfortable and playful in the empty space of what I have not yet created is an intention I like to set every time I approach a new design.
This phrase is an extract of a quote I came across one day while reading about flow and I thought it summarised it perfectly.
"The skill and knowledge attained must be ”forgotten“ so that you can float comfortably in the void without blockages". - Bruce Lee