Imaginations And Creations Of Dan Povenmire And Jeff Marsh

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Two creators, Dan Povenmire and Jeff Marsh, had a chance to meet each other in designers’ convention for series The Simpsons in 1990s, and they have become familiar sharing their personality and sense of humor. Soon, they get along when working in a brand new project, series Rocko’s Modern Life, for Nickelodeon, where they have learnt so many experiences in animation industry. After their success in the new series for Nickelodeon, Povenmire and Marsh got an opportunity working together in series Phineas and Ferb for Disney’s Company. The series was inspired by Dan’s childhood in Mobile, Alabama, when his mother encouraged him taking advantage of every single summer day to be productive; one in his project was known as home making movie. Phineas and Ferb is a great American animated comedy musical-cartoon series; this is a succeed animated movie of Disney from 2007, which appeal all ages from children to students and adults. The movie focus on the story of two brothers, Phineas and Feb, who daily create phenomenal projects during their summer adventure in accompany with the snooping of their jealous sister. Watching Phineas and Ferb, viewers are not only conquered by a vivid story, ear- catching music or the excellent voice style but also by the abundant imagination of the two creators.
The genius physicist Albert Einstein said many times about the role of imagination and its prevailing to things considered very important such as knowledge and logicality, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to known and understand.” Through the story about the origin of Phineas and Ferb series and Einstein’s affirmation about the contrast between imagination and knowledge, I believe that imagination is more important than knowledge because imagination is necessary for knowledge to be processed, imagination is a bridge to everywhere, and this is the key to open the door to fulfill our dream. Moreover, comprehending the important of imagination, I believe that we could make an evolution in our life.
Knowledge needs imagination as a field to process. According to Oxford dictionary, “knowledge is facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education.” It is important to understand that knowledge is already exist throughout the length of human history. In contrast, imagination is defined as, also based in Oxford dictionary, “the action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses.”Therefore, I believe that imagination is a way to innovation and creativity. Despite this, some can argue that without knowledge, human had never taken any step in any single revolution, lighting without fire, healing smallpox, etc. Also believing in the indispensability of knowledge, I want to emphasize that knowledge, though is just a stepping stone of imagination; without an...

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