To find a balance between input and output, I offer a simile: A fulfilling creative life is like being in a submarine.
Are you lacking time to practice drawing? If you can’t make time, just steal it. Try blind contour drawing on Zoom calls.
Kio Stark is the author of three books, as well as the co-author of the Cult of Done Manifesto. We talked about connections and learning.
Even though the Cult of Done Manifesto was written by Bre Pettis and Kio Stark in 2009, it only hit me around 2010, like a great kick in the butt.
When presented with some form of inertia, creative people face two kinds of pain: the pain of making and not making.
I tuned in for some guitar pyrotechnics and stayed for Steve Vai’s advice on creativity and process, illustrated by For the Love of God.
I recently discovered wabi-sabi through two books by Leonard Koren. I’m sharing some thoughts on what this world view can teach us.
Singer-songwriter Andrew Bird is releasing a series of videos on YouTube, recorded at home in LA. I found solace in them, in a surprising way.
Author Mason Currey wrote about artists and their rituals. We talked about starting a routine, unhealthy habits, and more.