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Creative Creativity Place – Giant Birdsnest Studio

I had to share these pictures of what I presume is part of the studio’s of O*GE Interactive Gallery (who is responsible for the Jerusalem night garden). I found it at their site – it is titled ‘A Green Garden – A Giant Birdsnest for breeding new ideas’.

giant birdsnest creativity couch studio

I don’t know how I am being creative without one!

birdsnest creativity sofa

But it has me thinking about creativity…do you do something interesting (or dream of doing something – like perhaps building a giant birdsnest) that keeps your creative juices flowing?

r-greayer_55a-short-253x253Rochelle Greayer is a writer, landscape designer, farmers market manageress, former physicist rocket scientist & founder and editor of PITH +VIGOR. Author of Cultivating Garden Style : Inspired Ideas and Practical Advice to Unleash Your Garden Personality (her first solo book) she also writes for Apartment Therapy and hosts garden related and floral workshops in her barn in Harvard, MA.  Want to know more?
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