My Favorite Thing Is Monsters , a book by Emil Ferris Nominated for graphic novel of the year in more than 100 lists in Europe and the United States, awarded with 2 Ignatz, 3 Eisner and an award for the best International Comic at the Barcelona International Comic Fair 2019. For many, a comic that became a modern classic. Emil Ferris, writer, cartoonist and designer, combined Chicago in the late 70s, B-movie horror, Pulp magazine iconography of monsters and detectives, in a perfect balance between spectacular drawing and a cool literary style. . The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 11 community Ferris, E. (2018) "My Favorite Thing Is Monsters", Reservoir Books Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been , a book by Pharrell Williams Pharrell Williams is a major creative force, bringing his ideas to life through music, fashion and design. Influenced by contemporary art, modern design, popular culture and street culture, it explores his career, his projects and the contribution to contemporary culture left by him and other figures such as Marc Jacobs, KAWS, Zaha Hadid, Masamichi Katayama, Buzz Aldrin, Jay-Z, Takashi Murakami, Kanye West, Anna Wintour, Hans Zimmer, Ian Luna, and Lauren A. Gould.
The most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 13 community Williams, P., (2012) "Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been", Rizzoli Design Signal: Memory of Practice , a book by Ronald Shakespear The renowned Argentine graphic designer, famous for his signage work in the city of Buenos Aires, shares a reflection on the practice, the exercise of the discipline, Raster to Vector Conversion and the graphic work within design. He collects numerous articles, conferences and interviews, carried out over time, to teach how to build rich, extensive and illustrated images. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 15 community Shakespear, R., (2009) "Design signal: practice memory", Paidos Unleash Your Magic: A Creative Life Beyond Fear , a book by Elizabeth Gilbert The acclaimed American writer, author of Eat, pray, love , shares a text that defends the need to explore the creative facet to achieve a full existence, overcoming fear and embracing the intangible part of inspiration.
Explains how to have a positive relationship with one's own creativity, how to be disciplined, how not to harbor high expectations, and how every little daily act feeds the creative part of humans. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 17 community Gilbert, E., (2016) "Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear", Penguin Random House KAWS: 1993-2010 , a book by Mónica Ramírez-Montagut This title is a broad look at one of today's most important artists and designers. The multidisciplinary artist Brian Donnelly, known professionally as KAWS, began as a graffiti artist with playful interventions on the images of advertisements at bus stops, became famous for his distinctive X's and little by little became a great icon of artistic culture. and pillar of contemporary pop art. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 19 community Ramírez-Montagut, M., (2010) "KAWS: 1993-2010", Skira Rizzoli These are some of the essential books to spark creativity, which ones would you add to the list? You may also be interested in : - 10 essential graphic design books according to the Domestika community . - How to combat the dreaded creative block .