I don't think there are any ideas that I would like to have created. Yet, I would like to have experienced what it feels like to create something great and to know that you have done so.
Wide angle... two people (a man and a woman) in a rural landscape, loading antique pistols... they turn their backs to one another, they take 10 paces away, turn and. the film ends just as the pistols fire.
Maybe I will still do this though....
Large scale paintings of scenes from places which are completely fabricated e.g. the grandiose kitsch of Blackpool, or the 'false' buildings you see in theme parks...
I'd like to have come up with something like ArtBelow's enterprise for creating 'art space' on the London Underground, allowing artists to showcase their work in place of commercial adverts, and something to make the walls of the Underground more interesting to look at. I think that's a fantastic idea that benefits everyone.
Anything by Janet Cardiff. Anything by Andy Goldsworthy. "The Spirit Catcher", Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
google, the wheel, fire
Well I could say -
But there are just so many creative ideas out there that how can you name three only.
If this is asking for three ideas I haven't created yet, then I have a multitude of ideas that I want to do still, so I can't narrow it down to just three.
If this question is referencing ideas others have created, then none. While I admire so many other artists, I never say to myself I wish I had done that because I know I will come up with an idea of my own.
A graphic novel.
A music album.
Though i admire all creative ideas that were already created, i don't envy not having created them.
Life in Space,life underwater and paint a museum stopper...;
I love Beatrice Potter and her story and thats enough for me.
Maybe it's not necessarily the idea of something, an idea is something imagined in the mind with a purpose or plan. I like to take the idea of something and make it my own.