C-Suite On Deck
Keep me plugged in with the best
Join thousands of your peers and receive our weekly newsletter with the latest news, industry events, customer insights, and market intelligence.
I agree to the
terms of service
PLEASE CORRECT THE FOLLOWING:
Please Enter Some Keywords
Come together: using AI to enhance creativity
When the bombs fell down on Guernica in 1937, Picasso was in Paris. He was working on a mural for the Spanish pavilion at the World Fair when he heard the Basque city had been destroyed; it made him abandon his initial idea and make the bombing the subject of the mural. Picasso worked on the Guernica over the course of 35 days. He started by sketching out different options, trying out different subjects to better depict the agony he wanted to convey through the painting. The sketches, that he thoroughly catalogued with each respective date, laid the foundation for the result he wanted to achieve. For example, he experimented with drawings of horses and bulls to see which animal worked best on the final product: a 349 cm x 776 cm masterpiece that now overlooks museum-goers at the Reina Sofia in Madrid.
I'm for real
Enter your email once to access all our information and resources.
(Your email address is required so we know you're a real person)
By downloading this content, you give permission for your contact information to be shared with the content provider who may contact you in regards to the content.