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Steal Like an Artist

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Offers advice and encouragement to help readers foster creativity and be artistically productive in a wide variety of endeavors.&l... Lire la suite
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Description

Offers advice and encouragement to help readers foster creativity and be artistically productive in a wide variety of endeavors.

“The book is filled with engaging anecdotes and helpful tips taken from Kleon’s experience learning to walk on his own creative feet, as well as quotes and stories from big names, ranging from Gide to Goethe to Questlove. – Fast Company co.Design
 
“Immersing yourself in Steal Like an Artist is as fine an investment in the life of your mind as you can hope to make.” – TheAtlantic.com
 
“Steal Like An Artist is an actually readable manifesto on how to properly squeeze your brain-juices and unlock your potential.” -- Thrillist


Auteur

Austin Kleon is a writer who draws. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work! His work has been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, PBS Newshour, and in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. He also speaks frequently about creativity in the digital age for such organizations as Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist. He lives in Austin, Texas, and online at austinkleon.com.




Texte du rabat
Unlock your creativity.
  1. Steal like an artist.
  2. Don’t wait until you know who you are to get started.
  3. Write the book you want to read.
  4. Use your hands.
  5. Side projects and hobbies are important.
  6. The secret: do good work and share it with people.
  7. Geography is no longer our master.
  8. Be nice. (The world is a small town.)
  9. Be boring. (It’s the only way to get work done.)
  10. Creativity is subtraction.


Résumé
When asked to talk to students at Broome Community College in upstate New York in the spring of 2011, the author wrote a simple list often things he wished he'd heard when he was their age. After giving the speech, he posted the text and slides to his popular blog, where it quickly went viral. In this title, he has expanded his original manifesto.

Échantillon de lecture
HOW TO LOOK AT THE WORLD (LIKE AN ARTIST)

Every artist gets asked the question,
“Where do you get your ideas?”

The honest artist answers,
“I steal them.”

How does an artist look at the world?

First, you figure out what’s worth stealing, then you move on to the next thing.

That’s about all there is to it.

When you look at the world this way, you stop worrying about what’s “good” and what’s “bad”—there’s only stuff worth stealing, and stuff that’s not worth stealing.

Everything is up for grabs. If you don’t find something worth stealing today, you might find it worth stealing tomorrow or a month or a year from now.

“The only art I’ll ever study is stuff that I can steal from.”
—David Bowie


NOTHING IS ORIGINAL

The writer Jonathan Lethem has said that when people call something “original,” nine out of ten times they just don’t know the references or the original sources involved.

What a good artist understands is that nothing comes from nowhere. All creative work builds on what came before. Nothing is completely original.

It’s right there in the Bible: “There is nothing new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

Some people find this idea depressing, but it fills me with hope. As the French writer André Gide put it, “Everything that needs to be said has already been said. But, since no one was listening, everything must be said again.”

If we’re free from the burden of trying to be completely original, we can stop trying to make something out of nothing, and we can embrace influence instead of running away from it.

“What is originality? Undetected plagiarism.”
—William Ralph Inge


Contenu
  1. Steal Like an Artist.
  2. Don’t Wait Until You Know Who You Are to Get Started.
  3. Write the Book You Want to Read.
  4. Use Your Hands.
  5. Side Projects and Hobbies Are Important.
  6. The Secret: Do Good Work and Share It with People.
  7. Geography Is No Longer Our Master.
  8. Be Nice. (The World Is a Small Town.)
  9. Be Boring. (It’s the Only Way to Get Work Done.)
  10. Creativity Is Subtraction.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Steal Like an Artist
Sous-titre: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780761169253
ISBN: 978-0-7611-6925-3
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Workman
Genre: Guides pratiques
nombre de pages: 160
Poids: 239g
Taille: H148mm x B157mm x T15mm
Année: 2014
Pays: CN