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The Artist in the Office: How to Creatively Survive and Thrive Seven Days a Week Paperback – Bargain Price, February 2, 2010
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But this book is the bible for getting inspired, either by hitting you over the head with a 'how to' approach or subtly and subconsciously injecting its fun loving images to brighten your mood.
This is a great book to spawn your creativity. For me,
Idea 1: I'll share the happiness with my family, even the more belligerent members.
Idea 2: I think I'll cut out and frame all the drawings to sell for a small fortune.
Idea 3: After this one sells out, I hope the author writes even more books.
When I bought The Artist in the Office, I knew it was not a transportation book. By that I mean it wasn't a book I wanted to read passively on the subway, getting interrupted and having to pay attention to where I am and having a Start and Stop point that's dependent on how far I'm traveling. Instead, I wanted to delve into it on my terms, when I had the time and the space and the ability to get lost.
And get lost I did.
To put it simply, I wish I wrote this book. It's the type of book that I aspire to write and produce one day. It's encouraging, it's inspiring, it's fun, it's beautiful, it's quirky, it's workbook-ish, and it literally is written for every single person who's pursuing their creative passion. Summer gets your head on straight by allowing you to own your artsy-ness and make sure it's not left behind just because you're in a non-artsy environment. While she has a few disclaimers that these exercises shouldn't be done at the expense of your professionalism (or job!), she offers so many amazeballs ideas on how to make your workday creative no matter what you're doing, whether it's Commuting Bingo, utilizing the copier for all it's worth, or breaking into spontaneous dances with co-workers, she really opened my eyes to how creative a corporate environment could be! That I wish I had this book this time last year, when I was still Executive Assisting it up, goes without saying.Read more ›
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One of my favorite books of all time. Coming from an artist that's almost always worked in an office, this book is very helpful and inspiring.Published 19 months ago by Rae
I didn't expect this book to change my life or solve the problems of the world; I just went into it with an open mind. Read morePublished on January 26, 2014 by Psyflower
This book was such a nice wake-up call to all those of us who don't consider ourselves artists because we have day jobs. I am an artist. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Rebecca A Mankey
The line work on the cover is so poor that it cannot possibly command enough respect to heed the inside text. Read morePublished on April 16, 2013 by Audiophile
This video is a fun, quirky adventure through how to survive in corporate America if you have even just an inkling of creativity. Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by CatLover713
I was looking for a book written for artists or writers that didn't treat the day job like an enemy to fight against or a pest to be tolerated. Read morePublished on September 27, 2011 by Geri S. Hoekzema
If you're an artist who still needs to earn a living, this is the book for you! I was going through a really tough time at my office job. Read morePublished on May 17, 2011 by LucyH
I loved this book; brief and to-the-point encouragement. I showed it to my 20-something daughter who also loved it enough to borrow it!Published on April 2, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Confined to a cubicle after many years in classrooms, and now 40+ and exploring my blossoming creative side, I found Summer's book a delight to read (and an easy read, at that). Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by RobinLK