April 15 is the beginning of World Creativity and Innovation Week – and also Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday (he was born 15 April 1452). To celebrate these occasions, we’re looking at creative spaces, and wondering ‘what makes for a creative environment’?
YOUR CREATIVE SPACE – SHOW AND TELL
Show us: let us see your creative space by posting a picture in the comments to the Creative Spaces post on our Facebook page.
Tell us: what makes for a creative environment? We’d love to find out what you think… Answer the two quick questions below to contribute to our understanding of what makes creative spaces…
LEONARDO’S CREATIVE SPACE – TAKE A LOOK INSIDE
Imagining and rendering Leonardo’s studio space has been a project for many artists over the last six hundred years… Today, modern technology allows an online 3D studio tour so you can take a virtual visit to the master’s work-space.
“This is a unique view into the artists world. Inspired by the paintings and literature of the era, this is a detailed recreation of Leonardo’s Milan studio, as imagined by Credit Suisse. Look around, explore what’s on the artist’s tables, his shelves and his easel, discover how the paint was made to create his masterpieces, the techniques he utilised, and experience the working life of one of the world’s most celebrated artists.”