Posted on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 by Masha Arbisman
Let me be honest, when I am writing blog posts it takes at least 20 minutes to figure out what I want to write about, an hour to procrastinate, and then at least another 30 minutes to get inspired enough to put words onto a page. As much as I’d like to believe that I’m an artist or a designer, or even a photographer, the truth of the matter is that I am a young college graduate who works behind a desk.
The closest I come to photography is Photoshop and the only person who would call me an artist is my mother (who still keeps sloppy paintings from my youth). When I sat down to write about the Inspiration Grid today procrastination melted into inspiration and I could not stop clicking onto the next image. Inspiration Grid is so mesmerizing and capturing that I didn’t realize it was already my lunch break and I hadn’t written a single word.
When I’m looking for some inspiration or procrastination I usually go to websites like imgfave.com or mostamazingpics.com, but from now I am an Inspiration Grid addict. Unlike the other sites, Inspiration Grid focuses on photos that would fall under the artistic, unusual, or stunning categories. It delves into the most peculiar ideas including skull carvings out of apples or even what it would be like to live in a bubble.
Whatever mood you are in and whether you need a break from work or a creative awakening to be able to brainstorm, The Inspiration Grid has what you need.