That’s why this one from Lexington, Ky.-based design and branding firm Cornett is so refreshing.
The company asked its employees to bring in 10 “essential items,” arranged them neatly and photographed them.
The result is an interesting artistic representation of the group’s collective interests.
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From Fast Company's Co.Design
Cornett's employees chose items that, wonderfully, revealed their personal obsessions. Some people brought in football and baseball jerseys; others arrived with electric guitars. For some, a jar of Jif peanut butter is just as essential as a copy of the Beatles' Rubber Soul; for others, essential items include autographed photographs of Adam West and ebony Cthulhu statues. And not every item is an object, per se: more than a few Cornett employees brought in their partners, children, or pets.
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