It's Great to Create

It's Great to Create : 101 Fun Creative Exercises for Everyone

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Packed with prompts for 100 unexpected art projects, It's Great to Create offers artists of all ages loads of fun ways to get inspired and kick-start their creative process. In friendly text and whimsical imagery, celebrated doodle artist Jon Burgerman guides readers through a variety of exercises-everything from drawing with your eyes closed or drawing on your clothes, to putting faces on your condiments or finding colours that rhyme. This unique volume-featuring a punch-out die-cut and customisable cover-invites readers to lower their artistic inhibitions and offers a glimpse into the creative process of a truly original artist.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 127 x 178 x 15.24mm | 340.19g
  • San Francisco, United States
  • English
  • 100+ illustrations and colour photos
  • 1452155321
  • 9781452155326
  • 142,610

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"Jon Burgerman believes art can happen anywhere, at anytime, using anything, a concept he shares in the book It's Great to Create." --The New York Times
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About Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman is a purveyor of doodles. He is often credited as the leading figure in the popular "Doodle" art style, and his work oscillates somewhere between fine art, urban art, and pop-culture. His oeuvre includes many international brand collaborations, exhibitions, and events around the world. Burgerman moved to New York from the United Kingdom in 2010. He now regularly performs at events, conferences, and universities around the world, delivering keynote lectures and running creative workshops.
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