This is a continuing series of blog posts about what's on your office wall that gives you inspiration or encouragement. The original post, where I shared my office wall, is here: original post
And you can email me a picture of your wall with a short synopsis of what's there and why it matters to:
whatsonyourofficewall at gmail dot com.
Today's entry is from Todder. Todder is an idea guy and ideas leap from his office walls. Here's what Todder has to say about what's on his wall:
I get a tremendous amount of energy from the things I put on my office walls. Things that I like to put up are graphic in nature (picture graphic, not gross graphic), pictures, colors, funny or energizing sayings, quotations, or jokes. I surround myself with a different world than the one I work in. It makes my beige space and the beige existence of corporate life so much more bright and creative and energetic and fun. I literally feel like the walls and the many colors provide me energy and help me maintain a creative center. Its a little strange, given that I work for a large bank in R&D, rather than for a large agency as an Art Director. Sometimes I get teased about it. While I agree it can look like a 14 year old girl's room, I don't care. Its creative and its a refuge for me. If I had to empty out my cube and work with no pictures on the wall, I'd go crazy.
Here's a shot of the images in his workspace:
A couple of favorites: A picture of the office of the future:
And: why you should never put anything off.