New PDF release: 365 : a daily creativity journal : make something every day
By Noah Scalin
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Indd 62 8/11/10 7:26:21 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:63 Work with only the classic tangram shapes. DAY Tangram: A classic Chinese puzzle composed of seven flat geometric shapes, which can be rearranged to make a variety of images, usually provided only as silhouettes. All of the shapes fit together as one large square and are often stored that way. DAY (Text) (RAY) Go grocery shopping and pick up something new specifically to work with.
DAY Make something that casts a shadow and document only the shadow. indd 60 8/11/10 7:26:20 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Make something with your dinner before you eat it. DAY Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:61 DAY (Text) (RAY) Use only things you find around the bathroom to create something. Extra credit: Make it in the bathroom! indd 61 8/11/10 7:26:20 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Behind the mask. Create a unique mask with whatever materials you like. Bonus: Document yourself or a friend wearing it.
Draw with them, use them as construction material, or . . ) . . Why did you decide to do a yearlong project? I was inspired by two artists who were working on daily projects. One, of course, was the Skull-A-Day project. The other was Michael Lease’s SAMETIME 7:15 photography project (see interview on page 170). following it daily, just thought people would stumble upon it once in a while. But I had regulars who checked in every (or almost every) day. People also wrote to me with subject requests.
365 : a daily creativity journal : make something every day and change your life! by Noah Scalin