£16.99
ISBN: 9781452183367

Publication date: 11 Nov 2021

Author: Molly McLeod

Kiss your creative block goodbye and kick-start your daily practice with this new deck from artist and creativity coach Molly McLeod! Make one tiny drawing a day for a week. Or, if words are more your speed, write one sentence of the same story every day for thirty days. Whatever medium you prefer, THE DAILY PROJECT DECK will help you incorporate creativity into your everyday routine. It's easy to use—each Project card offers a specific creative exercise (make miniature art, write or draw one line each day) that you combine with a Time card to build a daily art challenge. Or, you could start with an Inspiration card, a more open-ended jumping-off point to help you develop a project idea of your own. The projects work across a variety of media, from writing to painting, and an introductory booklet provides additional guidance for successfully completing each daily challenge you attempt—whether it lasts a week, a month, or a year. BUILD A CREATIVE HABIT: Designing a daily challenge makes building a creative habit feel both exciting and achievable—and with this deck, coming up with a project is easier than ever before. GROW AS AN ARTIST: It may not be sexy, but making art into a daily habit produces results! This deck will foster your growth as an artist or creator—one day at a time. A CUSTOMIZABLE APPROACH: Constraints can actually facilitate creativity, but it's important to pick the ones that work for you. Rather than prescribing a specific medium or length of time, McLeod offers flexible prompts that you can tailor to your unique priorities, resulting in projects that suit your particular needs. AN EXPERT AUTHOR: As a creativity coach, Molly McLeod is accustomed to giving advice to folks looking for ways to foster their artistic inclinations. And with more than 4 years of daily projects under her belt, she's the perfect person to help you create a daily project of your own! Perfect for: • Artists, designers, makers, and creatives • Anyone looking to develop a daily artistic practice • People intimidated by a 100-day project who want a more customizable daily approach