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""Gregory's lively sketches and witty meditations on big-city life are anything but mundane." -- [Score: A-] Entertainment Weekly
"At times heartbreaking, but more often uplifting . . . a must for anyone searching to reconnect with a lost inner artist." -- Creative Loafing
Danny Gregory is the author of Creative License, Hello World: A Life in Ham Radio and Change Your Underwear Twice a Week: Lessons From the Golden Age of Classroom Filmstrips, which was named one of Amazon's top 10 humor books of 2004. His weblog, Everyday Matters, is visited regularly by tens of thousands of creative aspirants form around the world. He is an award-winning copywriter and creative director who has created global advertising campaigns for clients like American Express, IBM, Ford Motor Company, Burger King, Chase, and AT&T. He was born in London, grew up in Pakistan, Australia and Israel, is a graduate of Princeton University and lives in Greenwich Village with his wife and son.
Although this is a book telling Danny Gregory's story of his wife and their son Jack, it's also his story about what prompted Danny to teach himself to draw. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cindy Van Dine
Great book, really inspiring. I love that he shares everything with us : the great & the not-so-great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by CHRISTINE CLARK
I love Danny Gregory's way of writing about art. His inspiring attitude is contagious. Just read this book, and you will love drawing too.Published 4 months ago by Hannah C.
Easy to read, its inspirational, and a good way to start sketching your everyday.Published 5 months ago by Jose Betancur
I would have liked for him to have written more about his personal growth through sketching and the transformation of his process.Published 5 months ago by Wildnotions