It’s finally here! How to Find Inspiration was published on June 16th and it feels incredible, surreal and so very exciting. I’ve been moved by the response I’ve gotten from it so far and I’m truly grateful for all of your kind words!
If you haven’t heard of it yet feel free to check out the website here and follow the official account on Instagram here!
On another note, this summer I’ll be traveling to Califorina to create photos for a different book. Have you been there and what was your favorite place? I’d love to hear your recommendations!
For the past year I’ve been working on my very own first book. It’s about different ways you can find inspiration and I’ve put a lot of time and research into it so that you won’t have to. I ended up with 100 ideas – but of course you can pick and choose the ones you’d like to try for yourself.
I’m very excited to announce that How to Find Inspiration will be available on June 16th!
Here is a bit of information about it:
”Do you often get that wonderful, exciting feeling of overwhelming inspiration? Do you often find yourself in different situations where this happens? Does this feeling occur to you naturally on a day-to-day basis?
Well, then you won’t need this book. I am truly very happy for you and wish you continued, eternal inspiration (you mythical creature)!
However, if you are not one of these few, unworldly people out there, this is the book for you!
100 fun, creative and easy-to-do ideas combined with inspirational quotes from – you guessed it! – inspirational people will lead you where you need to be in order to get your inspiration back on track.
The book does not only contain 100 inspirational ideas, it is also filled with photographs, thought-worthy quotes and some psychological aspects.
There are ideas for those wanting more adventure in their lives as well as for those who prefer to keep it simple.”
You can find out more about the book here
and check out the official Instagram profile here
The countdown has begun!
How to Find Inspiration will be available on the 16th of June!
Recently, the anonymous street artist known as Banksy pulled off one of the most fascinating pranks in the art world: when one of his paintings was sold for almost $1.4 million at Sotheby’s auction in London the painting self-destructed. Yes, immediately after it was sold it began shredding itself. The spray-painted art piece was titled “Girl with a Balloon” from 2006. After the final bid an alarm went off and the attention was drawn to the painting. It was shredding itself. Banksy has since published a video showing how he built in the shredder into the bottom of the frame.
Apparently, the mechanism built into the frame was remote-controlled and shredded the painting with the touch of a button. The attendees were obviously amused, pulling out their phones and cameras to snap photos of the astounding event with smiles on their faces.
“Going, gone, gone” – Banksy
Sotheby’s says they’re discussing with the anonymous buyer of the painting how they’ll proceed. At the moment, the art world is trying to figure out whether or not the painting’s value has actually increased or decreased.
“We’ve been Banksy-ed,” Sotheby’s European head of contemporary art Alex Branczik says. “We are busy figuring out what this means in an auction context. I’ll be quite honest, we have not experienced this situation in the past, where a painting is spontaneously shredded upon achieving a record for the artist”.
What do you think about all of this?