Here are some creative thinking resources, which I find useful or inspiring. I will be adding to this list, so you may want to bookmark it and return over the coming weeks.

Creative Thinking Resources

Paul Rand, American Modernist: The website of the late, great design legend.

TED Talks: Hundreds of short video presentations, from people with ideas worth sharing. This link takes you direct to the videos tagged as Creative Thinking.

The Andy Warhol Museum: The Andy Warhol Museum provides a wonderful website, where you can view Warhol’s work and learn more about his life. An amazing resource.

Psychology Today: The creative thinking section of this blog contains some interesting material. You can find it here.

Steven Johnson’s Blog: Steven is a best selling author, who focuses on understanding how our minds work. His blog provides some valuable insights into many of the subjects covered in his books; the most recent of which is Where Good Ideas Come From. You can find out more about Steven and his books, here.

The RSA: Well known online for their video presentations and whiteboard animation videos, The RSA is an enlightenment organisation committed to finding innovative practical solutions to today’s social challenges.

Creative Mornings: A series of video talks, themed around creativity. Founded by SwissMiss herself, Tina Roth Eisenberg.

The Creative Influence:   The Creative Influence is a documentary series that gives a cinematic look into the lives and work of creative professionals and how they find inspiration from the world they live in.  Mario De Armas is the documentary/commercial film-maker behind the series produced by Sandbox Studio North America.