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While he admits in his characteristically blunt style that he “had no concept of design, and that graphic design might be different to a billboard or anything else,” these flyers began to get him noticed and became collectable in their own right. “On every flyer I would include an out-of-context line from The Bible, and I think that’s part of how I got to be known. ” T 40 Computer Arts_July 2003 Computer Arts_July 2003 41 When the group decided to tour Europe, 18-year-old Segura decided he’d had enough, collected all his flyers into a portfolio, and set off to find a job in graphic design.

CARPENTER OR SCULPTOR? A creative and a commercial talent can co-exist, according to Jess Goodall, but she adds that true creatives tend not to care too much about the commercial side of things. “By it’s nature creativity tends to be a somewhat time-consuming, chaotic process, which doesn’t always sit well with commercial objectives. ” Ed Templeton has another view: “Someone with a creative talent does what they do whether there’s a commercial aspect to it or not, and someone with a commercial talent is adept at working within commercial environments.

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