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    Default Who are your favourite examples of famous people for each type?

    They might be a role model or someone you admire or relate to/find interesting. Mine are mostly artists, maybe some cute people lol

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    IEI William Blake, Keats(?), D.H Lawrence, Kurt Cobain, Carl Jung(?), David Lynch, Tennessee Williams(?) Selena Gomez
    EIE F.K.A Twiggs(?) Jack Kerouac(?) Edvard Munch(?) Joss Whedon(?)
    LSI Thomas Hardy
    SLE Not sure


    IEE Baz Lurhman, DJ called Maceo Plex(?) Terrence Malick(?)
    EII Carey Mulligan, Charlotte Bronte
    SLI Not sure, would like one, someone emo-y
    LSE Not sure, Leonardo Decaprio(?) This British gardener called Monty Don, Michelangelo(?)


    SEI Director called Harmony Korine(?)
    ILE Leonardo Da Vinci, probably some DJs
    ESE Emilia Clarke (playing Daenerys? lol)
    LII Not sure


    SEE Lana Del Rey
    ESI James Franco, Rihanna
    ILI Emily Bronte
    LIE Lena Heady (playing Cersei lol), Diana Gabaldon (writer of Outlander), Brad Pitt


    Van Gogh, whatever type he is
    Christina Rossetti too
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    Oh Ian Somerhalder..from that show Lost. I suppose he’s cute, lol.

    Yep, there are very few people that I’m sure of. I’m not sure of everyone on that list, even the ones without question marks. But I like having a guess! I like thinking about types in terms of their art. Art is above typology. It connects people regardless of type. At the same time, typology makes me feel more curious about art, like I want to understand it more. Whether the type is correct or not, I like thinking about why I like the art, perhaps in a different way to how I liked it before typology.
    Last edited by Bethany; 04-21-2021 at 04:09 PM.
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