Drawing is fundamental to developing creative literacy. It is most people’s first connection to creativity, and every great painting, sculpture, film, or building began with a drawing. And today, more than ever, it’s essential for everyone to develop creative literacy. As artificial intelligence takes over more and more repetitive and mundane tasks, creativity is the unique human quality that sets each of us apart and helps us succeed.
Wondering what to do with all of the photos that have accumulated in boxes over the years? Not to mention the hundreds upon hundreds of digital photos that are hanging out on your computer taking up storage space. Organizing years of memories can seem like a daunting task that you never seem to have enough time to tackle. Enter digital scrapbooking! It is a fun and easy way to organize all of your memories into customized online scrapbooks.
Victor Hugo Doodled his dreams onto paper and influenced the future of art. In fact, the co-founder of Surrealism, André Breton, declared Hugo as a forerunner of the Surrealist movement because of his Doodles. It is even said that Pablo Picasso himself owned some of Hugo’s drawings.