A creative work is a manifestation of creative effort including fine artwork (sculpture, paintings, drawing, sketching, performance art), dance, writing (literature), filmmaking, and musical composition. Creative works require a creative mindset and are not typically rendered in an arbitrary fashion although some works demonstrate a degree of arbitrariness, such that it is improbable that two people would independently create the same work. At its base, creative work involves two main steps—having an idea, and then turning that idea into a substantive form or process. The creative process can involve one or more individuals.
- Dance of the Dead - Eighth broadcast episode of The Prisoner, where Number Six is put on trial for acquiring a transistor radio
- Dào Dé Jīng - Manuscript attributed to Lǎozǐ that is the foundational text of philosophical and religious Daoism
- Dead Poets Society - 1989 movie about a teacher who inspires his students to seize the day
- Declaration of Independence, Argentine - The document that declared Argentina's independence from Spain
- Declaration of Independence, United States - The document that formed the United States of America
- Discourse on Voluntary Servitude - 16th century French text arguing that rulers stay in power due to the submissive and obedient behavior of the subjects
- Doctor Zhivago - 1965 Oscar-winning movie about life around the time of the 1917 Russian Revolution
- Documentary Films - Films that generally present factual information about persons and events
- Documents - Milestone records and writings in the history of freedom
- Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling - Thirteenth broadcast episode of The Prisoner, where Number Six gets a new body
- Drama Films - Generally serious films that portray realistic stories and characters
- Dr. Strangelove - 1964 Cold War satire film directed by Stanley Kubrick
- Duck Soup - 1933 Marx Brothers comedy about the fictional country of Freedonia
The introductory paragraph uses material from the Wikipedia article "Creative work" as of 10 Nov 2018, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.