“The chief enemy of creativity is ‘good’ sense.”
Creativity thrives in spaces unfenced by convention. It demands the audacity to embrace the ‘nonsensical.’
Pablo Picasso, an iconic artist known for revolutionizing 20th-century art, lays bare the trap of ‘good sense.’ This so-called rationality often walls us in, constraining our natural creativity and innovation. Just as water finds its way around obstacles, our creativity must navigate around the walls of ‘good sense’ to flourish.