I recently wrote a post about how staff training days are always a good thing. Well there’s something else that is always good and that is keeping inspired. We recently took a day out to get some creative and visual inspiration. We started with a bit of fun up the O2, then we moved on to the design museum, after a quick coffee with a client, before moving on to the Tate. There, we saw the Matisse cut outs exhibition.

creative inspiration - Matisse cut out

visual inspiration

Visual inspiration from Designs of the Year 2014

The design museum had the Designs of the Year exhibition, full of amazing work, including fashion, technology and education. Our particular favourite was Chineasy, a series of illustrations to help you learn the Chinese language in a new way. Click on the image to leaf through the pages on Amazon.

This was the eventual runner-up to the very impressive Phonebloks, who challenge the way we make electronic items to produce less waste.


Watch how we use creative inspiration to create our animations


You can have a quick look at what we got up to and saw in this video!

About Lewis Darby

I've been with Napoleon Creative since 2009, starting as an animator, and moving my way up to Head of Production. I'm responsible for making sure we've fully understood your brief, that your deadlines are met, that the best team is working on your project, and that the final product delivers results.

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