When was the last time you enjoyed drawing without worrying about what others say?
As Picasso said, “Every child is an artist.” When we were a child, all of us enjoyed drawing, writing, or creating anything we wanted to make without worrying about anything. But, as Picasso also said, “The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
Many adults say, “I can’t draw.” In fact, they can. Anyone can draw. But, at some point in our life, someone or something made us believe that we are not good at drawing, and took the most powerful thinking tool away from us.
Drawing stimulates our brain, gives us a non-linear thinking, and leads us to great ideas that can change our life and business. It doesn’t matter if your drawing is good or bad — in fact, there is no good or bad, only thinking makes it so — because any drawing, even a small doodle, can give us the same effects.
Use the power of drawing to think better. Drawing is one of the natural talents that all human beings have. If you still worry about what others say about your drawing, don’t show your drawing to others. You don’t need to judge it as good or bad by yourself either.
Unleash unlimited potential of your brain by drawing.
These are logo prototypes for the projects I worked on early this month.
Upper half – for manufacturing company
Lower left – for consulting company
Lower right – for local souvenir store