Things Are What You Make of Them : Life Advice for Creatives

Things Are What You Make of Them : Life Advice for Creatives
Author: Adam J. Kurtz
Rating: 4.01
Bestsellers Rate: 11588
Publisher: Tarcher/Putnam,US
Book Format: Paperback
Binding: None
Pages: 144
Hours of reading: 2.4 hours
Publication Date: 2021
Languages: | English |
Price: 10,16 €

About the book

Insights and inspiration for anyone who makes art (or anything else) The Ultimate BuzzFeed Books Gift Guide - Official Selection From the creative mind and heart of designer Adam J. Kurtz comes this upbeat rallying cry for creators of all stripes. Expanding on a series of popular essays, this handwritten and heartfelt book shares wisdom and empathy from one working artist to others. Perforated tear-and-share pages make it easy to display the most crucial reminders or to pass a bit of advice on to someone who needs it. As wry and cheeky as it is empathic and empowering, this deceptively simple, vibrantly full-color book will be a touchstone for writers, artists, entrepreneurs, and anyone else who wants to be more creative--even when it would be easier to give up and act normal.

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Funny, wry, straightforward advice --Adweek Serving up optimism and hope --NYLON Advice from someone who's been there --Teen Vogue Kind, generous and empowering --Cool Hunting Delivers the big pep talks you need --HelloGiggles This brilliant, life-affirming book is chock full of audacious advice to help creative people make sense of rejection, failure, false starts, fame, happiness and collaborations. --Debbie Millman, host of Design Matters All of Adam J. Kurtz's words are filled with wit, warmth, wonder and wisdom. --Alanis Morissette Artist and author Adam J. Kurtz does a great job of expressing the unique anxiety that often comes with being a creative person. Things Are What You Make Of Them is page after page of notes that serve as little nudges out of creative slumps and the negative self-talk that often accompanies them. --BuzzFeed In Things Are What You Make of Them, Kurtz shares mini-essays of how he deals with the intangibles that can keep people stuck, overwhelmed, or afraid to move forward. He also confronts the idea of what concepts like happiness and success look like to people in creative or more traditional industries. --Refinery29 The book is divided into 12 color-coded sections, which run the gamut from the practical -- How to Stay Sane When You Work from Home and Working with Friends and Family -- to the existential -- How to Begin Again and How to be Happier. The advice is geared towards creatives, but honestly, these nuggets of wisdom are valuable mood boosters for people in any career path. --Bustle

Adam J. Kurtz Biography

Adam J. Kurtz es un artista y autor cuyo primer libro, Esto no es (solo) un diario, se ha traducido a quince idiomas. Su segundo libro, Esto es mucho más que un diario, se publicó en Plaza & Janés en noviembre 2016. Su obra ha aparecido en Fast Company, PAPER, Cool Hunting, NYLON, BuzzFeed, HOW, Refinery29 y Design*Sponge. Ha colaborado con Tumblr, Urban Outfitters, Fishs Eddy, la librería The Strand y la Biblioteca Pública de Brooklyn, entre otros, y ha desarrollado proyectos para una gran diversidad de clientes, incluyendo The New York Times, Pepsi y Adobe. Vive en Brooklyn, Nueva York. Si quieres saber más visita adamjk.com, @adamjk, jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk.com y instagram.com/adamjk/ ... Read full biography

Authors: Adam J. Kurtz
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Publisher: Tarcher/Putnam,US
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Languages: | English |
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ISBN13: 9780143131519
ISBN10: 0143131516
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Edition Statement: None
Illustrations: 4- colour illustrations from the author
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Book Format: Paperback
Book Binding: None
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Pages: 144
Book Weight: 204.12
Book Dimensions: 108x162x12.7
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Publication date: Oct. 3, 2017
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Publication City/Country: United States

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