"I always find it odd when an idea I have or an artwork I produce is called "creative".
What is being creative? Isn't everybody at some point being creative? Isn't it human nature to be creative? I feel we inherently have a tendency to use whatever is available to us to make our lives more interesting, but its the "creatives" among us that end up actually doing so. Children use anything they can find as play things and create their own narratives. Its when we grow up and put limitations and rules on ourselves that we lose that sense of freedom.
It's time to follow Picasso's example and try to think like children again and find the wonder in our everydays."
-Shehzil Malik (illustrator/graphic designer)
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About author: Aaron Yeboah Jr.
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