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Creativity

Andy's creativity enters into his life when Andy is a young boy due to some extent from the physical limitations of a childhood illness. Andy is forced to occupy his time with quiet activities such as drawing and reading, which allow his young mind to explore and play with ideas. Andy grows up knowing that he is different from other children. This, in addition to the natural separation of creative people, alienates Andy from mainstream activities. It is only after Andy flees from the Pittsburgh area and reaches New York City that he finds people who are like him and an environment in which Andy's personality and skills thrive. Andy becomes an influential force in the Pop Art movement of the 1960s and creates a new art form generally available to the masses. Andy develops mass production techniques which generate art pieces that are affordable and also expose...

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