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Any great work of art has at least ten meanings

Artists use heat and geometry as medium to get their ideas across

The Star, Kenya

Feb 2019

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Art of new ideas

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Big pictures, small detail

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Creativity and entrepreneurs

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Art and creativity for entrepreneurship: are you ready to be entrepreneur?

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Art, creativity and failure

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Artists have strong opinions

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Creative leadership for growth and prosperity

15 Jul 2017

Creative people adapt the world to themselves

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