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Unstuck: 52 Ways to Get (and Keep) Your Creativity Flowing at Home, at Work & in Your Studioby Noah Scalin
Synopses & Reviews
“Scalin and his subjects tackle the problem of stymied creativity from every conceivable angle and direction in Unstuck. The result is a book that positively bursts with ingenuity and experiment: an essential tool not just for artists of every stripe, but for teachers, parents, and just about everyone else.”
—Jennifer Egan, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of A Visit From the Goon Squad
In this book are 52 inspiring project prompts designed for any field and any level of experience. The activities can be done randomly or one per week for an entire year of creativity building. With tasks divided by time commitment (from 30 seconds to several hours), pick one that fits your schedule and get started right now!
There’s plenty of room to sketch, journal, and document your experiences. Along the way, peek inside the brains of 12 creative professionals and see exactly how they stay motivated. Unstuck is the ultimate DIY guide to regaining your creative flow!
Can't get the creative juices flowing? Unstuck features 52 simple, creativity-generating projects that can fit into any lifestyle, arranged in order of time commitment—from 30 seconds to several hours.
Can’t get the creative juices flowing? Unstuck features 52 simple, creativity-generating projects that can fit into any lifestyle. Arranged in order of time commitment—from 30 seconds to several hours—the 52 projects can be done randomly or one per week for an entire year of creativity building. Also included are 12 artist profiles that illuminate what other successful creative people do to stay inspired and productive, along with blank journaling pages to sketch, scribble, and jot down your experiences and ideas. Roll the dice (made from the “custom inspiration dice” template in the book) and see where your creative energy takes you!
About the Author
In 2007, artist Noah Scalin came up with an ingenious idea: he cut a skull out of orange paper and posted it on his blog with the note, “I’m making a skull image every day for a year.” His year-long art project became an award-winning Internet sensation that resulted in the book Skulls, as well as landing him in the New York Times and on the Martha Stewart Show.
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