Terry Crews Designed AdAge's Newest Issue Celebrating 2017's Most Creative Figures
The list also included Cardi B, Donald Glover, Jordan Peele & Rihanna.
December 20, 2017 at 2:19 pm
The AdAge released its annual Creativity 50 list. It's a survey of the year's most influential creative figures and a testament to how turbulent times can be a powerful muse.
Terry Crews definitely had a turbulent year as he came forward about sexual assault. He has been strong and courageous in speaking out, so it's no surprise that he made the Creativity 50 list. What may surprise people, however, is that he actually illustrated the cover.
The 2017 Ad Age Creativity 50: Our annual survey of the year's most influential creative figures: https://t.co/3LjER6ytqH
— Ad Age (@adage) December 18, 2017
It may shock people to know that Crews actually has a fine arts degree. Turns out Crews is just a well-rounded talent.
— terrycrews (@terrycrews) December 18, 2017
— brian braiker (@slarkpope) December 18, 2017
He can draw, and act, *and* appears to be chiseled out of granite? This man just got all the gifts. pic.twitter.com/5UwWLx31Bp
— Scott Lawrence ???????????????? (@slawrenc1) December 19, 2017
Crews also has a furniture line and a design studio that offers a chic and modern collection.
uh how did i not know that terry crews had a furniture line and design studio?? it's all so pretty i want to die?? pic.twitter.com/EiM78sHyLj
— Carina Hsieh (@carinahsieh) June 5, 2017
In the article, Crews is described as the possible vaccine to the toxic masculinity virus for his willingness to insert himself into the #MeToo conversation. Many men are scared to share their truth, and Crews is changing the standard about men coming forward.
Other notable black people to make the Creativity 50 list were Jordan Peele, Kehinde Wiley, Diarra Kilpatrick, Pat McGrath, Rihanna, Edward Enninful, Ukonwa Ojo, Tuma Basa, Donald Glover and Cardi B.