Creating means you show up, even when you don’t want to. It means you’re there even when “inspiration” doesn’t call.
Computers, programming, and robotics provide ideal platforms for children’s creativity
Children express creativity through ‘pretend play.’
When we have something inside that’s gnawing at us, some weakness or wound or difficulty, and we don’t address it somehow, our creative expression suffers.
These music facts have us scratching our heads.
A demo of experiments from Google’s Cultural Institute and Art Project.
Spike Lee’s new documentary captures Michael (and his brothers) as he struggles to rise above the child star label, move past the family dynamic that had held him in its grip, and develop his own vision.
Bet you’ve never noticed these amazing details in your favorite movies before.
Mark Ronson on How Sampling Transformed Music
The shared patterns of our lives pass into the pages of the books we love.
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant shares three unexpected habits of thinkers who dream up new ideas and put them into the world.
Before he was Kylo Ren in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Adam Driver was a United States Marine. He tells the story of how he brings self-expression to the armed forces.
14 men, shedding a “sizable mountain of macho bull, male posturing, facades and vulnerability barriers” find the beauty in masculinity.
Using “Hemingway’s Hack” to Beat the Blank Page
These are some of the most unusual and mind-blowing fan theories that have ever been discussed online.
Marketing guru Seth Godin spells out why bad or bizarre ideas are more successful than boring ones.