Why do we limit our imagination to the safe confines of our creative work?
The way we spread our message or share our art with the world can be just as imaginative and creative as the “work” itself.
Separating art from business is a terribly dangerous and destructive thing to do. The result is weakly palliative, insecure, introverted work that no one gets to see… OR… overly commercial, cliched, safe post modern pop that challenges nothing and really has no unique voice of its own.
The imagination must be the central point of our creativity where both our artistic and our business ideals collide with a seismic bang.
These are not terrible foes, they are brothers born of the same seed, growing in the fertile soil of your imagination, maturing to produce a crop of the finest fruit for hundreds, thousands or millions of people to enjoy.
Today’s blog post is bought to you by the fine people at Whobaloo who have used their imaginations to come up with a new way of combining both business and visual art together into one design program.