Tim Burton appeared on Charlie Rose recently to promote his art exhibit (who knew he was also an artist?) that debuted at the MoMA in NYC on November 22, 2009. (You can check out the behind-the-scenes MoMA video below.)
If you're not familiar with Tim Burton, you're probably familiar with his films -- he has directed such classics as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Batman, Ed Wood, Charlie and the Charlie Factory, and most recently, Sweeney Todd.
Burton filled the entire hour on Charlie Rose, discussing what inspires him and his passion for creativity. Below are four lessons on creative inspiration that I took away from the show: