Creativite Superstars Without Brands

See if you can answer the following two questions without peeking:

1. What kind of artist was Ansel Adams?










2. What kind of artist was D.H. Lawrence?










If you answered 1 – A photographer, and 2 – A novelist, you are right.

But you are also wrong.

Ansel Adams was on his way to becoming a concert pianist when he picked up a camera and started taking pictures. D.H. Lawrence was also a talented painter. Many of his works, which were often created with whatever materials Lawrence could find or afford, are still on display at the University of New Mexico.

Neither of these great artists let “brand” restrict him. Why would you?