The other day I was trying to think of key words for the early stages of an identity system development. After an hour brainstorming dozens of variations I got stuck, so I took a short break to get some water. Still preoccupied with the problem, I accidentally overfilled my canteen, even though I was looking straight at it. Though I was upset at first, seeing that canteen filled to the brim reminded me of how inspiration is fluid—sometimes even overflowing—and how it often comes at whim. When I got back to work, the ideas were overflowing too.

My name is Oriana (or Ori if it’s easier), a graphic designer finding inspiration in every situation. Welcome to my library of thoughts.

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// quick reads
    < The Library of Babel, Jorge Luis Borges >
    < Design as Art, Bruno Munari >
    < Metamorphasis, Franz Kafka >
    < This is Water, David Foster Wallace >
    < The Myth of Sisyphus, Albert Camus >