Art inspires art, and what better way to create than by being inspired and finding food for thought in works already created?
In this video Neil Gaiman, author of the famous novel Coraline, talks about the books that changed his life and inspired him.
Among these, CS Lewis's novel The Chronicles of Narnia stands out, a fantasy novel dedicated above all to children but which can be appreciated by readers of all ages. Even the great writers, therefore, take inspiration from those who preceded them. Inevitably, what we read, see, savor in this life brings us inspiration, and artists pour these external stimuli into their works. It is about reworking life according to their vision, whether it is related to painting, writing or music. Inspiration can also mean reworking, creating the new from what has already been done.