Just like the rest of us, creatives like Milton Glaser, Louis C.K. and Ray Bradbury struggle when going through their process. No really, we have proof.
1. Bill Evans: Find Joy in the Process(4:34)
Jazz Pianist Bill Evans strips away the glamor of creative work and emphasizes the need to have a love for the nitty-gritty. This clip is from the 1966 film The Universal Mind of Bill Evans.
2. Jack White: We All Need a Box (2:21)
3. Ray Bradbury: A Story Should Be Like a River (25:12)
4. Elizabeth Gilbert: You Get One Passion (20:12)
5. Everything Is a Remix: The Elements of Creativity (11:20)
From the outside, a creative’s work can appear to be the result of a sudden stroke of genius. Everything is a Remix argues that creativity is often just the result of tinkering with the world around us to create something new.
6. Christoph Niemann: A Day in the Life (25:27)
7. Milton Glaser: Art Never Stops Giving (5:59)
Inter-spliced with a slideshow of some of his most famous works, a retrospective Glaser talks about the joys of teaching and creativity’s role in the world and in ourselves.