Creative

  • (adj): Having the power to bring into being.
    Synonyms: originative
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on creative:

Anthony Mascolo - Anthony & The Creative Team
... In 2002 when TIGI demerged from its parent company, Anthony became International Creative Director of TIGI ... same time he founded the TIGI International Creative Team and was joined by Nick Irwin and Akos Bodi, as European Creative Director and European Education Director respectively ... three years the established international team opened the TIGI Creative Academy, also in London ...
Creative Writer
... Creative Writer is a word processor released by Microsoft Kids in 1993 ... A sequel, Creative Writer 2, was released in 1996 ... The original Creative Writer was announced by Microsoft on 7 December 1993 and was released in 1994 ...
Hu Fang
... He is the co-founder and artistic director of Vitamin Creative Space (www.vitamincreativespace.com) in Guangzhou and the Pavilion in Beijing ... published novels include Garden of Mirrored Flowers (Sternberg Press and Vitamin Creative Space, 2010), Pavilion to the Heart’s Insight(Vol.Ⅰ, Vitamin Creative Space, 2008),New Arcades (Survival Club ...
Creative Writer - File Formats
... Creative Writer and its sequel Creative Writer 2 both use different versions of the proprietary.max file format ... Files created in Creative Writer can be viewed in Creative Writer 2 but files saved using Creative Writer 2 will not open correctly in Creative Writer ... Creative Writer was also able to open.doc files kept in a location known as "Outside Of Imaginopolis" ...

More definitions of "creative":

  • (adj): Promoting construction or creation.
    Example: "Creative work"
  • (adj): Having the ability or power to create.
    Example: "A creative imagination"
    Synonyms: originative

Famous quotes containing the word creative:

    Just as the creative artist is not allowed to choose, neither is he permitted to turn his back on anything: a single refusal, and he is cast out of the state of grace and becomes sinful all the way through.
    Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926)

    Every work of art should give utterance, or indicate, the awful blind strength and the cruelty of the creative impulse, that is why they must all have what are called errors, both of taste and style.
    Christina Stead (1902–1983)

    Is not the tremendous strength in men of the impulse to creative work in every field precisely due to their feeling of playing a relatively small part in the creation of living beings, which constantly impels them to an overcompensation in achievement?
    Karen Horney (1885–1952)