I love art in a cerebral way. I like to walk through exhibits and try to figure out what the artist wanted to to do with his work. It seams I rather enjoy to analyze stuff rather than appreciate it for what it is. Same goes for movies, I always try to make link/comparison in my head during it's course. I try to predict what will happen next, solve the plot before it unfolds.
I like to think about myself as a creative person. Of course, I'm not a P kind of creative person but sometimes I get a great idea while doing something else and try to pursue it through "art" (drawing, writing, etc.). I like to draw a bit and stuff. Abstract stuff, real stuff, etc. Music is really not part of my repertoire though. I remember being in primary school trying to learn flute and the teacher would scream at me because she couldn't get why I wasn't able to play it right (early INTJ in the making lol). There was always all kinds of weird noise coming out of it rather than a clear whistling sound. My three brothers play music so I've tried guitar, bass, piano and drum but I equally suck at them all so I've give up on music all together. It seams I always tend to start thinking about stuff rather than focusing on the precise task of playing any instrument. I really can't get to put my fingers at a given place and move them in any order. I don't think I'll ever get, maybe I will try to play something really simple or start singing when I get to the periode where I'll want to develop my S trait but for now why waste time on such stuff if I can put it to better use elsewhere?
Right now I study in business and want to create a company later (or many !), I like to think about all the models I've learned in school and how I could tweak them to express the idea/value I cherish. I think that's pretty much the creative side I will exploit during my life, try to fix companies, make them grow, position them strategically in their market, work on employee condition, manage all the services to make them work together, try to get everyone's life better because work is huge part of any humans life, etc. So yeah, I see entrepreneurship as quite creative task and that's pretty much on what I'd like to focus even though it's more on the cerebral side of creation rather than on the feeling/sensing sides.