You have to imagine this detail exists in a certain way to be passed over by people. We don’t want them to look at a building, and say, ‘Oh that’s a building,’ or look at a rock and say, ‘Oh that’s a rock.’ You go right past it and just accept what it is.
“There are two ways to look at a blank piece of paper. One way is to see it as the most frightening thing in the world because there is nothing on it, and you have to make the first mark. The other way is to see the blank sheet as the greatest opportunity in the world . . . you can let your imagination fly in any direction.” Marty Sklar Walt Disney Imagineer