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  • Copertina flessibile: 204 pagine
  • Editore: Perigee; First Edition First Printing edizione (7 ottobre 2008)
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0399534601
  • ISBN-13: 978-0399534607
  • Peso di spedizione: 408 g
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Di liana frappa il 24 giugno 2014
Formato: Copertina flessibile
imballaggio perfetto, spedizione rapida ed economica. buona conversazione molto onesto e da descrizione
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Di Agata Soccini il 5 maggio 2014
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Great gift for my niece who is moving out of her parents house for the first time in her life
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Un libro di esercizi per imparare ad essere più creativi e vedere il mondo da un più ampio punto di vista! Consigliato
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145 di 148 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Exploring After the End 5 luglio 2012
Di Lorrene Desbien - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I purchased this book for my daughter, Sarah. She wrote in it and underlined words and left it a rag tag mess. After she passed away in a car accident when she was 16, I loved flipping through the pages seeing her thoughts and observations.
49 di 53 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
How to "Be" Guide for Artists 13 novembre 2008
Di C. Campbell - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Smith's newest book is the most recent installment in her passionate, ongoing process to distill life and the art process (indistinguishable to most artists) down to it's bare matter. If you can embrace playfulness, open courageously to the idea of art as life, are willing to turn off the television and look around you, love to challenge yourself to learn to BE and create from essence as opposed to trend or fancy, Explorer is for you.

As an author, she seems to live her life exactly the way she writes (as one can easily pick up when visiting her blog The Wish Jar Journal).

As an artist, she is apparently very well read on the subjects of art and life and willing to push beyond art school rules to find her own voice among so many artsy voices that seem to blend together these days. For an insightful, modern perspective on gathering the fodder to create amazing experiences, I was not disappointed with this book.
I completely disagree with other reviews which state that this book is not for deep thinkers. I find her simple, freshened concepts to be timely and revolutionary, just what artists have been missing from our creative processes.
I also recommend Wreck This Journal and Guerilla Art, also by Keri Smith.
23 di 25 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Very good ideas 29 novembre 2008
Di L. Velarde - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
this book is cleverly written and has some wonderful ideas for exploring your world. most all of them are ideas I have never seen before and want to try in my sketchbook. there are examples too. I highly recommend this book for the artist, journaler or someone that just wants to see their world with FRESH eyes!
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Redundant 25 settembre 2012
Di Devo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I like this book more every time I pick it up. When I first opened it and flipped through the pages I was slightly disappointed. The structure of the book seemed like it was put together slapdash without any real thought, and it seemed to me that all of the fun pictures were there to serve the purpose of filling in blank space.

After giving the book several chances it started to grow on me and I realized that its real purpose was to make the reader start thinking in a different way by challenging the reader to complete odd tasks, or at least tasks that are out of the ordinary. One of the books main challenges is to get the reader, or explorer, to start recognizing patterns in an every day environment. The book challenges the reader to do this in many different ways, and starts t to seem redundant. When I realized that most of the exercises were designed to achieve the same goal, I felt a little cheated. However, after thinking about it more, I suppose repetition is necessary when learning something new. Especially when that something is a new way to think.

On the whole, I enjoy the book. Though I think that it would have been better with half the pages and half the price.
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How to Be Inspired 17 febbraio 2011
Di Astrid - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This book encourages collecting -- you'll start a collection of things you find on the ground, things you overhear, things that simply interest you and you've got no real use for. And through these collections, and the arranging and documentation of them, Keri Smith will teach you how to look at the world with new eyes. Once you've hoarded and organised thirty bits of something, you'll have a deeper understanding of the shapes and colours and wonderful uniqueness that can be found anywhere -- in rocks, leaves, sea glass, bottle tops, typography... in anything!

The exercises are inspired by different creative minds, including Leonard Cohen and Tom Robbins, and ask you to try experiencing the world through all of your senses, and documenting it using different writing techniques, photography, sketching exercises, and ways of storing, organising and arranging. Space is provided in the back for limited notes, in a lovely format, which it's possible to copy so that you have unlimited pages.

Keri Smith is, of course, famous for giving you books that you can destroy. This book is slightly different. Yes, you'll want to take it everywhere with you, and there are spaces to tape, glue, doodle and write inside, but this IS a book, not a coaster, not a place mat, not a chew-toy for your dog. It is not another exercise in creativity through wreckage, but explores a different source of inspiration, in the same easy-going, friendly and encouraging tone as all your other favourite Keri Smith books.