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AUSTIN KLEON is a writer who draws.

AUSTIN KLEON is a writer who draws.
Austin Kleon I'm a writer who draws. Author of Newspaper Blackout and Steal Like An Artist. Steal Like An Artist is a manifesto for creativity in the digital age. Read the book→ My TEDx talk explains the basic idea of my book, Steal Like An Artist. Watch more of my talks→ My interview with Chase Jarvis is a great introduction to my work.

Applied Brilliance Resa Wilson-Bazile (aka Cinnamon Black). In the West African Traditional Religion commonly called Voodoo, the presence of twins carries special significance; meaning either a double blessing or the presence of opposing contrast. When Resa was born at Charity Hospital in New Orleans she had a twin sister. Her mother succumbed to a coma for six months following the birth and her twin disappeared. The Big Idea » Funforge - Fun and Board Games. You’ve just invented the “Kiddie Monster” or the “Submarine Fireworks”. THE BIG IDEA is a hilarious game of inventing and selling, where players try to market wacky products like “Desktop Chainsaw” or “Mentholated Shampoo”. Sound easy? Dispatches From The Frat House - Blog - Carie Harling Better late than never, right? Right? Finally, my One Book July Wrap-Up video is complete. Please ignore the puffy-wrinkly-allergy-ridden eyes, mmm-k? Like this: Like Loading...

Hungover Owls There it is, the picture that started it all—Old Brown from Squirrel Nutkin. Look how little shit he’s willing to put up with right now! None. The Really Big Idea – The Innographer » The Innographer - Practical innovation education Keep up with our upcoming big releases (including teaching notes) by Following us on Facebook! or telling us how to reach you by email… The following sketch pads are all designed to be printed on Tabloid sized paper (11 x 17 inches): The following online collaborative toolkits are all available for your use completely for free for non commercial purposes: This opens the Google Docs template designed for the Really Big Idea sketch pad. To get started, just click “use this template” and begin.

Baum-kuchen - Roterfaden Roterfaden (it means "red thread" in German") is a smart, utilitarian and very tactile organizer 100% made in Germany! It's smart because Roterfaden organizer comes with hinged clips that can hold anything and everything that might come towards your way (think... notebooks, to-do list, catalogue, books in A5 sizes, a loose printed paper, a map, a phone number on a piece of paper). Roterfaden is utilitarian because it comes with functional inner pockets that help you organize your life and essentials. Its tactility comes from carefully selected Roterfaden materials. Outside cover is a vegetable tanned leather from Germany that is durable as well as beautiful and inside pockets are made out of 100% doable wool felt.

Typographic Posters Blackletter 4CP. 5 x 7 inches. This typographic poster features a photographed 3-D two-tone blackletter paper sculpture overlaid with an original graphite line drawing. « buy a signed print Note: posters currently for sale are indicated below their respective project description. Encouraging Economic Report Reveals More Americans Delusional Enough To Start Their Own Business CAMBRIDGE, MA—According to a promising new economic report published Wednesday by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a steadily growing number of Americans have become delusional enough to open their own businesses. The report, which described its findings as “highly encouraging for near-term economic growth,” confirmed that over 200,000 small businesses were founded in 2013 by entrepreneurial Americans who have completely and utterly lost their grip on reality, and noted that the number of bold and frankly insane Americans applying for new business permits had risen markedly over the past year. “What’s remarkable is that these completely deranged people have such an ill-placed faith in the long-term stability of the small business landscape that they’re somehow optimistic about their financial future,” Hemley continued. “And that utter detachment from the real world is great news for the economy.”

Oliver Daxenbichler Design, Inc. Oliver Daxenbichler, Art Direction and Graphic Design. about contact +49 172 6569000 studio(at) fb oliver.daxenbichler represented by Schierke artists Nadja Benaissa, art direction and graphic design Compliment card, graphic design