[Click on image to enlarge etc.]
[UPDATE: This offer is only valid until 5 PM EST Monday, August 3rd, Thanks!]
I am delighted to report that the “IGNORE EVERYBODY” cartoon, a fond favorite of computer desktops everywhere, is now on offer as a limited edition print. It will sell on the gallery site for $ 495.00 after it is published [mid-August], but is now available as a pre-order offer of $275.00, with just a $50.00 deposit. To make the deposit, click on the PayPal button below. As always, we’ll send you an invoice for the remainder once the print is signed, numbered and ready to ship.
[$50 Payal Deposit Button etc.]
Earlier this year, Patrick Brennan was stuck in an airport lounge for several hours, waiting for his connecting flight. To kill time, he started messing around visually on his computer with the forty chapter titles of my book _”Ignore_Everybody”._He_came_up_with_
I liked it so much, I went ahead and re-worked it, in my own handwriting. Very cool.
The book began life as a blog post, back in 2004. It had a very simple premise: “So you want to be more creative, in art, in business, whatever. Here are some tips that have worked for me over the years.”
Then I made a list, and kept adding to it…
I never expected it to resonate with so many people, but it did, somehow.
The fact is, there are millions of people out there who want to do something more creative with their lives. Of course there are. “Creativity” is NOT an exclusive domain for those goofy, trendy hipster types. “Creativity” is a basic human need.
And I don’t think a life spent fighting like hell, to get that basic human need expressed and fulfilled, is a bad thing.
So I decided to make these prints, in order to have something on the wall to remind us of this, every day. Rock on.
[Backstory: About Hugh. Twitter. Newsletter. Book.. Interview One. Interview Two. Limited Edition Prints. Private Commissions. Cube Grenades.“EVIL PLANS”.]
After reading the book (and liking it very much!) this one is very tempting deal indeed.
“I’d would like my crayons back.”
More people should come to the realization they are responsible for their own happiness and financial well being.
Perhaps you can be the guru advising people to stop listening to gurus! (heh heh)
Love this, my favorite is,”Don’t stand out in a crowd, avoid crowds altogether” Love the gapingvoid.
Where’s #2? “The idea doesn’t have to be big. It just has to be yours.” That’s one of my favorites.
The one that did it for me was “We all have our own Mt Everests to climb”. Took me a while to realise how powerful such an innocent looking statement is. Great work Hugh – keep scribbling…
Do you throw in a copy of the book for first-movers?
I like that idea, Jon! Maybe one day…
thankyou very much, I am obliged to comment that your blog is fantastic!