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CreativInn Magazine is an art and culture magazine. Founded in 2014, CreativInn Magazine covers all kind of arts including photography, visual art, music, film, and theatre. The magazine includes features on art, film, music and performance, highlighting notable new exhibitions around the world and showcasing photography.
The magazine’s primary focus is on discovering new creative talents and giving them a chance to talk about their artistic universe.
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All paths can lead to creativity, teaches us the story of Joe Bloch, an artist and creative director. Joe specializes in highly textured acrylic paintings and a mix of impressionism, surrealism, and street art on canvas. Joe Joe Bloch started his creative career when he joined RIT and received a
You have a dream It is a unique idea that could possibility bring you a fortune and let your creativity blossom. This creative dream could be starting your own fashion brand, or to develop a new tech gadget that could beat the next iPhone. You have also summoned a team
In this article, Eran Sadeh will list some very helpful and powerful exercises to encourage creativity. The article also covers what constitutes creativity, why we aspire to encourage creativity in the first place and what is required from the person who wishes to encourage creativity through exercises, be it her own
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