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Single life as a creative: get over the break up

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16:30 PM | 3 August 2017
by Tom Withers Green
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Have you been through the tragedy that is a creative team break up? We have the tips you need if you're in need of a new creative partner.

“Grab me the tissues and get me my two favourite men - Ben and Jerry. I have just been chucked by my creative partner of two and a half years.” Whimpered Bridget Jonas into her Samsung Galaxy, a Marlboro light held tightly in the corner of her mouth and a half finished glass of Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Shiraz swirling around in her phone less hand.

Getting dumped is always traumatic. Most of us have been discarded at some point. It is all part of growing up.

This article is about the collapse of a harmonious marriage of Central Saint Martins’ ‘it’ couple - the creative partners, Angelina Jolly and Brad Puff.

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