I’ve never had a journalist bring art supplies to an interview…
This year, forget about the year as a whole. Forget about months and forget about weeks.
Focus on days.
Every week I send out a little email digest with new art, writing, and interesting links.
If the last book was about stealing influence from others, this one is about influencing others by letting them steal from you.
We won’t be selling prints until next year, but here’s how to get one for really cheap.
The year is a baseball game with twelve innings and I want to play until the last out.
I had a blast today selling books at Bookpeople as part of the nationwide Indies First celebration.
An hour-long interview on the show Capital.
Here’s a 6-second Vine video of me flipping through the first half of the Show Your Work galleys
Making last edits to the second pass of the manuscript…
I told a ghost story in blackouts every day in October leading up to Halloween.
Thinking about questions and answers and my interview with Chase Jarvis.
Headed to the Pacific Northwest next week.
I read the first line of Steal Like An Artist.
I’ll be giving the opening keynote at SXSW Interactive 2014.
Illustrating is my favorite phase of the book-making process.
Since the #NewspaperBlackout show in April, I’ve been making a poem every day and posting it to Instagram.
The eBook of Steal Like An Artist is on sale for $1.99.
I was cleaning my office and found the notebook I kept when my wife and I went to birth classes.
A good life is not about living within your means, it’s about living below your means.
I finished the first draft of Show Your Work! today.
It was my pleasure to give the inaugural talk at the first Creative Mornings here in Austin last month.
Last week I hung my very first solo gallery show up at UNT on the Square in Denton, Texas.
5 things that have helped me get more writing done.
It’s very strange to have versions of your book that you can’t actually read…
You owe your kid food, safety, and love, but you also owe him your example.
My pocket notebooks aren’t about pretty drawings or good penmanship — they’re about capturing ideas and the general debris of everyday life.