With the beginning of the year, good resolutions also come. You may want to find a new hobby or perhaps open a different professional horizon. And for this you have to keep in mind that the creative process is more like a long-distance race than a sprint. It will be difficult to start, it may make you want to give up along the way, but once you achieve the first objectives, the satisfaction will be complete. But while that's happening, you may need the advice of those who have been learning all their lives. At Domestika we have been interviewing the great icons of creativity of the 20th and 21st centuries in the Domestika Maestros series for more than three years .
We have had the opportunity to speak with iconic designers, mythical photographers or incredible cartoonists. And all of them have brought us their wisdom and creative lessons. In this video we summarize 10 of his masterful tips. Do not miss it! 1. Have fun, a piece T-Shirt Design of advice from Javier Mariscal The Valencian designer and illustrator Javier Mariscal , 'father' of de Cobi, mascot of the Barcelona '92 Olympic Games, recommends something as simple as it is true: have fun. For him, curiosity and fun are two fundamental elements to tackle any creative activity. And the moment
one of the two disappears, Mariscal is clear: "Dedicate yourself to something else". 2. Forget the technique, a piece of advice from Colita Isabel Steva Hernández, known as Colita , is one of the great Spanish photographers of the 20th century. She advises us to "forget technique." Obviously, the technique is necessary but for the photographer, the most important thing is to deal only with what you are photographing and become an accomplice of the person portrayed.