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Inspiration can come in any variety of places. Wait for it on the train or in the shower or just seek it out here—we've managed to track down dozens of inspiring figures to confer knowledge in our February issue. Creative directors take top billing. We profiled six cutting-edge shops seeking energizing, dynamic new ideas, tapping the laid-back beachside charm of 72andSunny, the feral optimism of Kirt Gunn & Associates, Anomaly's entrepreneurial taoism, 180/Amsterdam's cultural Noah's Ark and Saatchi & Saatchi/New York's revivalists. Don't forget cover stars TBWA/Chiat/Day New York in their neu-Madison Ave. getup. We also corralled eleven achievers to hash out the future in our Creatives Roundtable and are pleased to present, free for all, video interviews from attendees including Jos