Austin Kleon is quickly becoming one of my favorites. His generosity in showcasing ideas and encouraging others to be creative is simply phenomenal. This is his second book. His first book was a volume of blackout poetry.
This is a book I keep near me at all times. It covers ten ideas about creativity and is a great tool for ideas and for refreshment.
This is a book for everyone – even those who do not consider themselves creative (which is a load of hogwash, if I may say so). The ten ideas he presents can be found at his website, Pinterest, and by those who are sharing the ideas to the people they know on and offline.
Pick up this book and be inspired.
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