There is a range of creativity possible, and I think it behooves us to explore that envelope and push at it. It comes out of an intuition, or a learned intuition, I guess. You study a long time ’til you can do it. But it’s from looking around you, it’s from understanding what’s happening in the culture, what’s happening in the world. It’s a really big picture. Because there are no real rules. If you look at the world around us, and you think of all these adult and intelligent people who have gathered together over the years to create the biggest mess. It always looks like that, whatever period. It looked like that when I was a kid, it looks like that now. And yet, somehow we muddle forward and make things. So out of that comes inspiration, believe it or not, and leads to ideas. For instance, I’ve been interested in the sense of movement in architecture. Well, who cares whether a building looks like it’s moving or not? Maybe they shouldn’t, but that’s something that interested me. Maybe it comes from the fast society, the fast world around me, that I’m trying to make some kind of connection to. So I think you’ve just got to keep your eyes open, keep your ears open and understand what’s going on. And then play with it, and move with it, and make your expression grow from that.