Why the 50s and 60s were such an incredible time for creativity and invention
Posted On June 30, 2021
The 50s was a golden age for creativity.
We are all talking about it now, but we don’t really talk about it enough.
Here are some reasons why.1.
A lot of people enjoyed being creative, and they were free to express themselves.
It was an opportunity to experiment and be creative.
You could explore and be adventurous and have fun.
You didn’t have to put your life on hold just to make something.
You were free, and it was like you had a little pocket of time.2.
A world wide internet gave you instant access to the world.
You had the freedom to create, to experiment, to make mistakes, to learn, and you were able to share your thoughts with others.3.
There were a lot of wonderful and memorable people who lived and died during the golden age of creativity.
The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Miles Davis, and Miles Ahead are just a few of the greats.4.
A whole lot of creativity was inspired by the people you knew.
There was a lot to be creative about in those days.
In the 50’s, your friends and family could be your mentors, your teachers, and your heroes.
They were often the ones who inspired you to get off your high horse and try something new.5.
The 50’s was a time for everyone to take a chance on themselves and explore and try new things.
The world wasn’t exactly fair for everyone.
It wasn’t always easy to make it in a creative career.
Everyone had their own little world to live in.
There wasn’t a lot you could do to get ahead, so you were free.
You didn’t need a job or an apartment to make money.
You just had to do it.6.
There are many amazing people from the 50 years.
From the Beatles to the Beatles, from the Beatles’ father, to the Beatle himself, to countless other artists, you could find great people all over the world who were influenced by the 50th and 60th century.7.
There is a lot more creativity in the 50, 60, and 70 years.
The idea of being creative was very real and alive, and the idea of a life that was a little bit more adventurous and a little less fixed and predictable was alive.8.
The times were different.
People were learning to live on their own terms and to make their own choices.
There had never been a better time to be an artist.