The Anti Journal by David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow
  

Synopsis

The Anti Journal by David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow

Anti Journal is no ordinary journal, it's an anarchic, therapeutic route to personal and artistic discovery packed with partially illustrated pages to complete in imaginative unconventional ways. For all ages, bedroom journalers, total novices or professional artists, Anti Journal is sheer creative bliss and the catalyst for discovering your own twist: create, pattern, draw, paint, disguise, stain, collage, construct, colour, stitch, sketch, write, tape, document and discover talents you never knew you had. Create beyond the norm: use paint, pens, pencils, chalk, but how about old clothes, fruit peel, cellphones, emotions, highlighters, digital media, physical actions, junk, photography and nature too? Anti Journal knows no boundaries or rules. It's the personal tool for expression and will stir your imagination out of even the deepest slumber. No matter where you go, just carry your handy-sized Anti Journal in your bag and live a more creative life. It's therapeutic, joyous and expressive - its journaling outside of the box.

About the Author

David Sinden studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design before qualifying as an art teacher at the Institute of Education, London University. He works professionally as an art tutor, designer, children's book writer, illustrator and TV development producer. Nikalas Catlow gained an MA in illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. He has lectured and taught workshops in art, design and illustration, and now works as a writer, illustrator and TV development producer.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
192 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

David Sinden, Nikalas Catlow
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Publisher

Macmillan an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

29th October 2014

ISBN

9781447288794


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