The Magic of Mid-Journey: Harnessing the Power of Conceptual Thinking and Image Creation

Once upon a time, in a quaint little town, there was an artist named Eloise. She was a talented painter, known for her creative prowess and innovative thinking. However, Eloise often found herself struggling to achieve the perfect balance between concept and execution. It seemed as though her creative visions were always just beyond her reach, and she couldn’t quite bring them to life on canvas.

One day, while walking through the woods to seek inspiration, Eloise stumbled upon an old, wise painter named Theodore. He was a legend among artists, known for his ability to create stunning masterpieces that transcended the boundaries of imagination.

Curious and eager to learn, Eloise approached Theodore and asked for his guidance. He graciously agreed and shared with her a valuable secret: the concept of “Mid-journey.” This approach, Theodore explained, is a method of engaging in conceptual thinking and image creation that involves embracing the creative process’s various stages and allowing room for growth, exploration, and evolution.

Eloise was intrigued, and as Theodore explained the key principles of Mid-journey, she realized its potential to transform her artistic process.


  1. Embracing the Incomplete

Mid-journey encourages artists to appreciate the beauty of imperfection and to see the potential in their unfinished works. By viewing her creations as fluid and ever-changing, Eloise could tap into new creative possibilities, experiment with different techniques, and find inspiration in the smallest of details.


  1. Fostering Curiosity and Exploration

The Mid-journey approach emphasizes the importance of curiosity and experimentation. Rather than focusing solely on the end goal, Eloise learned to immerse herself in the creative process and to explore new ideas and techniques. This approach allowed her to uncover hidden gems of inspiration that she may have otherwise overlooked.


  1. Allowing Room for Growth

By adopting the Mid-journey mindset, Eloise discovered that her creative journey was not linear but rather a series of twists, turns, and detours that allowed her to grow and evolve as an artist. She learned to see the value in her mistakes and to use them as opportunities to refine her craft.


  1. Collaboration and Shared Inspiration

The Mid-journey method also promotes collaboration and idea-sharing. Eloise began to engage with fellow artists and to seek feedback from others, allowing her to gain fresh perspectives and to fuel her creative fire. In turn, she inspired others with her newfound wisdom, creating a positive cycle of inspiration and growth.


  1. Adaptability and Resilience

By embracing the Mid-journey approach, Eloise became more adaptable and resilient in her artistic pursuits. She learned to let go of rigid expectations and to flow with the unpredictable nature of creativity. This adaptability enabled her to face challenges head-on and to overcome obstacles with grace and determination.

As Eloise applied the principles of Mid-journey to her artwork, she found herself creating pieces that surpassed her wildest dreams. Her paintings began to embody a sense of depth, emotion, and intricacy that she had never before been able to capture.

With each new creation, Eloise gained confidence in her abilities, and her artistic reputation flourished. She was no longer just a talented painter; she had become an innovative and visionary artist, celebrated for her unique style and boundless imagination.

The story of Eloise’s artistic transformation serves as a testament to the power of the Mid-journey approach. By embracing the beauty of imperfection, fostering curiosity, allowing room for growth, collaborating with others, and adapting to challenges, artists can unlock their full creative potential and achieve unprecedented levels of success in their work.



Rebuild a unified visual system for the advertising agency, made of steel which can change the world in a while.

  • Strategy

    Design Direction, UX Strategy, Ui, CX

  • Design

    UI/UX Design, Art Direction

  • Client

    Bank of Queensland

Open Project
01 // Project overview

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API Integrations

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