About The Creative Process

The Global PathMarkers by the Creative Process is a collection of posters for inspiration and motivation for teachers, students, and life-long learners.

The Albert Einstein portrait by Frank Szasz was our first Global PathMarker. In the 1970s, Fred Culver saw the painting on the easel in the studio Fred rented to Frank in his Community for Creative Studies building and wished aloud, “There must be something they could do” with the image. As Frank was working on a commission, the painting wasn’t for sale. However, he explained that he always retained publishing rights. Fred and Frank struck a gentleman’s deal, a handshake, to forgive back rent for the right to publish.

Thank you for visiting ‘The Creative Process’ for educational posters, books, and classroom resources
chosen for teachers and homeschoolers. Our aim is to inspire and stimulate curiosity and contemplation about the mysterious ‘Oneness’ of life as expressed and actualized by the creative process. Your support is greatly appreciated.

THE CREATIVE PROCESS is the ‘mattering’ of dynamic, imagining Spirit ‘in-forming’ the eternal Universe with patterns, meanings, and the phenomenon of Humanity.

EVERY ACT is an act of creation, an expression of a desire ‘to know’ and ‘to be known’ and to transcend the very same embodied createdness with more possibility.

Humanity, as an image and an image-maker, has an awesome ‘response-ability’ far beyond the manipulation of ideas to participate with Spirit as conscious, creative Beings.

What ‘MATTERS’ to you? ~ Once you love your destiny, your destiny changes.

Global PathMarkers
Albert Einstein "Imagination is more important than knowledge.'
MLK poster
Albert Einstein "Imagination is more important than knowledge.'
Teilhard de Chardin
Pope John Paul II
Mother Teresa
Gandhi "Real beauty is my aim."

**Mother Teresa and Gandhi posters are out of stock.