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  • Wear A Creative Attitude

    To be the successful and be the right creative person at the right time and the right place, it is crucial for us to have the right creative attitude. And to have the right attitude, it’s imperative to follow three principles. 1. Suspend judgement This also means that for a moment, allow every idea to […]

    By Arun Verma November 30, 2005 4 Comments
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  • Here’s to the crazy ones

    Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them, disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them. About the […]

    By Arun Verma November 30, 2005 6 Comments
  • Articles
  • Make A Big Mistake

    Rani was a born into an orthodox middle class family in Kanpur, India. A family in which education was not meant for girls. However, Rani managed to get a masters degree in fine arts. A family in which girls were meant to live their lives within the four walls of their parents, and then husband’s […]

    By Arun Verma November 25, 2005 13 Comments
  • Creativity
  • Probably The ‘Easiest’ Way To Get More Ideas

    I’d share an extremely easy and convenient way I’ve recently uncovered to get more quality ideas, the “Portable Memory Bank”. This is not my idea–I read about it in “The Einstein Factor” by Dr. Win Wenger and he attributes it to others, including Michael Faraday and Albert Einstein. Manoj Vijayan talks about the “Portable Memory […]

    By Arun Verma November 25, 2005 8 Comments
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  • Create as if your life depended on it

    When you set a time and place for yourself to create, be it every Sunday morning, 10 minutes during lunchtime, or one hour every night, follow it as if your life depended on it. It’s your time to create, and let no rain, snow, family lunch, match, spouse or kid come in the way, defocus […]

    By Arun Verma November 24, 2005 11 Comments
  • Creativegarh Art & Craft Gallery
  • Corporate Madder – Metal Scrapture

    A 2004 creation. This was created a few months after I bid farewell to corporate life. Materials used: Frying pan (tava), metal rods, decorative construction rods, fencing, ball bearings, washers, welding rods, nuts, bolts, die scrap, die machine parts Dimensions: 10″x11″x 26″ Available at: Creativegarh Art and Craft Gallery, New Delhi, India

    By Arun Verma November 23, 2005 7 Comments
  • Articles
  • Hang The Problem

    “The cow looks like a violin”, said Ishita. Looking at things from different perspectives is in fact, one of the most useful problem solving tools. So many times, while working hard on finding creative solutions, we lose ourselves in one core idea to the extent that we don’t even think of looking at the problem […]

    By Arun Verma November 22, 2005 6 Comments