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We speak to two creatives, who escaped the daily grind of cities for a slower pace of life, about how moving has influenced their practice

Top and above: Blow Up, a collaboration between photographer Kerry J Dean and designer San Kim

The mass exodus of creative minds from big cities isn’t a new phenomenon. While, at one time, the epicentre of the creative industries was firmly rooted in urban life, increasingly unaffordable house prices and an ability to work from anywhere have prompted many creatives to up sticks to the countryside, or at least to more provincial towns and cities.