Take a Line for a Walk: A Creativity Journal

Take a Line for a Walk A Creativity Journal Every artist and designer student or professional needs a journal space to play in new ways to think with a pencil in hand by inventing imagining and thinking creatively Unlike a blank journal

  • Title: Take a Line for a Walk: A Creativity Journal
  • Author: Robin Landa
  • ISBN: 9781111839222
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every artist and designer, student or professional, needs a journal space to play in new ways, to think with a pencil in hand, by inventing, imagining, and thinking creatively Unlike a blank journal, Take a line for a walk is a Creativity Journal comprised of varied prompts, cuing people to respond to whatever creative action the prompt calls for sketch design conceive Every artist and designer, student or professional, needs a journal space to play in new ways, to think with a pencil in hand, by inventing, imagining, and thinking creatively Unlike a blank journal, Take a line for a walk is a Creativity Journal comprised of varied prompts, cuing people to respond to whatever creative action the prompt calls for sketch design conceive write The author collaborated with esteemed designers, artists, architects, and experts in a variety of disciplines to deliberately vary prompts, which address numerous ways of thinking and creating Designed by internationally acclaimed, Modern Dog Design Co this imaginative, fascinating and playful journal entices all types of students, visual arts and non art majors alike, to supplement in class projects or to stimulate thinking on a summer break or after graduation, to keep creativity flowing in this unique space.

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    1 thought on “Take a Line for a Walk: A Creativity Journal”

    1. As a child, I loved to draw. I always owned a sketchbook and would doodle on the backs of my elementary school assignments if I had extra time (I almost always did). Somewhere along the way, I stopped. I think that, as I got older, I worried about my lack of talent instead of focusing on the fact that drawing was something I enjoyed and that made me happy. This journal provides some excellent prompts, along with the space to complete them, and the fact that they are for no one but me to see is r [...]

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