What a decades-long passion project can teach us about creative work.
Very well known works, thanks
Great question in the end. Thanks. from Brasil
Such interesting work! The "loving" aspect of relating to your work really does come through in these photos. There is a guy here in Chicago that loves bricks (Brick of Chicago). He does walking tours in different areas of the city and talks about the bricks used in the construction of houses and other buildings. I see bricks in a whole new way!
"the heart of creativity lies in the way we interact with the conceptual and material world."
Love this! I've been reading Rick Rubin's book, The Creative Act, and this a little passage I recently read there that reminds me of what you're getting at here: "Look for what you notice but no one else sees."
Hey Annie, I found this piece truly inspiring. As someone who writes about the intersection of consciousness and professional growth, I've always believed in the power of creativity to foster innovation and success. Your perspective on love as a driving force behind creativity adds a new dimension to this belief.
I'm curious about how you think we can cultivate this love-driven creativity in our work environments or in our entrepreneurial pursuits. Are there any specific practices or approaches that you'd recommend for tapping into this creative energy? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this! Keep up the amazing work!