My design manifesto draws inspiration from an old-school colouring book, which played a significant role in shaping my artistic sensibilities during childhood. The unfinished aesthetic of the manifesto design conveys a raw and unrefined quality, reflecting the ongoing nature of my creative journey. The line art depicts a pictorial scenery that is open to interpretation, allowing for a diverse range of colours to be used.
Embedded within my manifesto is the ethos of adaptability and the embrace of failure as a liberating experience. I encourage the reader to view failure as a learning opportunity, rather than a source of discouragement. The message is clear: do not conform to preconceived notions of success, but instead foster a spirit of curiosity and exploration. The journey of self-discovery is never truly finished, and it is in this ongoing process that we find value and meaning.