How to Accurately Measure Creativity?

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Industrial Design


Written by Brian Ling (Design Sojourn)
Jan 28, 2013


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Here is how.

Sharpener Jar

Sharpener Jar Sketch

The Sharpener Jar, by Industrial Designer and Illustrator Craighton Berman, helps you quantify your creative output via pencil shavings. I just love it, even though I don’t use pencils much these days. If you do use pencils, do support his already successful campaign here at Kickstarter.






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Comments

Akshay Chauhan
Jan 28, 13 – 7:31 pm

I dunno whether it will work as a real gauge to measure creativity but it will sure keep my desk clean..


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