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Ed Ruscha,  A Particular Kind of Heaven , 1983 – on display at de Young Museum

Ed Ruscha, A Particular Kind of Heaven, 1983 – on display at de Young Museum

Museums are great. They are even better when they are free! Tomorrow is the first Tuesday of the month and a couple of museums in San Francisco offer free admission. If you luckily have the day off tomorrow or can take a long lunch break, be sure to swing by one or two of these awesome places for inspiration and visual engagement. The Yerba Buena Center of the Arts is open until 8pm tomorrow so you can even swing by after work!

de Young Museum First Tuesday 9:30am-5:15pm

Conservatory of Flowers First Tuesday 10am-4:30pm

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts First Tuesday 12pm-8pm

Contemporary Jewish Museum First Tuesday 11am-5pm 


5 IG Accounts for Inspiration

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As creative minded people, we're always looking for places for inspiration in our daily work. Inspiration doesn't always come in direct forms but often from visuals that we see in many different fields of work. Being visually driven people, our Instagram account has become a great and convenient way for us to get quick bursts of inspiration in between meetings, appointments and life. Below are 5 Instagram accounts that we have drawn inspiration from and you may as well. 

natgeo • life • chroniclebooks • themuseumofmodernart • designsponge

Follow us at thepostshop! Which Instagram accounts do you follow for inspiration?


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Haven't read a good book in a while? Looking for some creative inspiration? IGNORE EVERYBODY! This week on Tuesday Tips, we'll be recommending a book for you to read –Hugh Macleod's "IGNORE EVERYBODY: and 39 other keys to creativity".

"When Hugh MacLeod was a struggling young copywriter living in a YMCA, he started to doodle on the backs of business cards while sitting at a bar. Those cartoons eventually led to a popular blog—Gaping Void—and a reputation for pithy insight and humor, in both words and pictures." 

The book offers insightful and realistic advice for anyone with a creative passion, goal or dream. The advice he gives may not directly relate to all you but you get to understand the meaning behind it to apply it to your dream or goal.

Chapters of the book include :
"If your business plan depends on suddenly being "discovered" by some big shot, your plan will probably fail"
"Everyone is born creative; everyone is given a box of crayons in kindergarten"
"Being Poor Sucks"
"None of this is rocket science"

After reading the book the first time, it got my creative juices flowing and pushed me forward in realizing a few of my personal and professional dreams. It's witty, honest, blunt but optimistic in the way of presenting all the facts. It's an easy read and I am in the process of reading it again. You can buy Hugh Macleod's "IGNORE EVERYBODY: and 39 other keys to creativity" online but I walked over to my local book store, The Green Apple and picked it up there. Support your local businesses! – Jayson. 

What books help you in your creative process?