Every creative is different and I think there aren’t any universal rules that apply. Some creatives need help getting our of their own way, in which case the manager can be an editor narrowing their scope and cutting away the fat. Others yet need someone to bounce ideas off of, after which they need either to be left along, or be supported by a comfortable voice of reason. Some creatives are completely self-sufficient and all you need to do is send them their check. Creatives are a varied group of people, from asperger-y savants to hyped up manics, from reasonable adults to those that need baby sitting. A manager’s job is to know which methods of management will get the best work out of the creatives, while respecting everyone involved in the process, including the customer.
Vodafone - The Kiss
Good things last forever
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 100 curators will talk about 100 works of art that changed the way they see the world throughout 2013.
Step through the Secret Door to be taken to a variety of interesting and far off places. Where will you be taken when you step through? Take your journey through the door via desktop or mobile.
This 60 second fully CG animated commercial was created for Warde, the biggest reseller of fabrics in the middle east and Africa and is known for it’s quality and designs world-wide.
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The Importance of Creativity
Your Future Bottle