We bring together the best ideas - turning the meetings of our top managers into intellectual orgies.
There is no such thing as a false idea.
Sometimes, to pursue a new idea, the artist must forfeit his deposit on an old idea.
New ideas are one of the most overrated concepts of our time. Most of the important ideas that we live with aren't new at all.
The idea is more important than the object.
Great ideas are not charitable.
Usually my ideas are small.
I'm always storing away phrases and ideas and things that I think might turn into songs.
I am a travelling salesman. I deal in ideas.
These people who are always briskly doing something and as busy as waltzing mice, they have little, sharp, staccato ideas, such as: "I see where I can make an annual cut of $3.47 in my meat budget." But they have no slow, big ideas.
It is always delightful when a great and beautiful idea proves to be consonant with reality.
The persistence of an all-absorbing idea is terrible.
The antidote to hubris, to overweening pride, is irony, that capacity to discover and systematize ideas.
I have the loftiest idea, and the most passionate one, of art. Much too lofty to agree to subject it to anything. Much too passionate to want to divorce it from anything.
At times there seems to be a million ideas worth painting. However, there are days when it's a challenge to pull any idea together. On these days I go to my studio, leaf through an art history book, and tell myself that I am part of this great tradition.
It is to aid in making the arts operative rather than only positively or negatively pleasurable... it is to paint a record, in so far as I am increasingly capable, of man's deepst capacities... I seek to paint of how form manifests its subtlest quality named 'idea.
One does not set out with the idea that I've just had a great idea and now I'm going to go and carry it out. Almost all art that's made like that doesn't go anywhere.
The artist... may suppose that ideas are his chief currency; but unless he is also attuned to feelings, in life and in art, he will not move his fellow human beings.
Sometimes, indeed often, we work on a theme with an unformed idea, and, when it has passed through the process, its final result is something we could never have predicted when we commenced.
Clothe an idea in words and it loses its freedom of movement.
We have always been shameless about stealing great ideas.
The ideas of the great playwrights are almost always larger than the experiences of even the best actors.
The amount of chiaroscuro an idea harbors is the only index of its profundity.
If the ancients left us ideas, to our credit be it spoken that we moderns are building houses for them -- structures which neither Plato nor Archimedes had dreamed possible.
Really good ideas are always good beyond what you anticipated originally.
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