Monday, April 24, 2017

The creative morning pill: The Shape of Ideas

If you are looking for inspiration or taking a break from too much creative thinking on demand, this book is the perfect dow of freedom. A graphic novel about ideas may sound a bit unusual, and this book is, indeed, a bit special, because creativity in general and particularly ideas are hard to represent. For instance, did you ever wonder where the ideas go when they leave us? Or, how do you represent the frames of mind? To be continued...
Grant Snider's snippets of wisdom succeed to offer incredible and unique visual shapes of ideas. After you read it once, you will definitely want to have this book in your library for regular - maybe daily - inspiration. If you are, like me, more into writing and less into visual, exploring a new sources of creativity are always welcomed. 
The texts are sometimes serious, sometimes joyous and playful, but there is always a pleasure to discover page after page new messages and old ideas presented into new shinning, colourful too, clothes. It helps you brainstorm, take a break from routine or just gives you the chance to read and see something really interesting. It sends you good vibes and makes you take everything easier because 'there are things worse than disappointment'.
You can see more of Grant Snider works here.  

Rating: 5 stars

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