Imagine a wee little printer that sits on your desk that brings in snippets of news and fun things everyday! Or a to-do list that prints itself out so that you can just stick it in your journal. Or if you are a crossword fanatic a new crossword that prints out daily!
Meet Little Printer – its like having your own printing press within arms reach. The idea is awesome, I am a traditional print guy at heart and love having something tangible, having Little Printer is like having a mini mailman that delivers some printing goodness right to you and caters to your tastes.
While looking for some inspiration I stumbled upon Self Made Hero, an independent graphic novel publishing house that started in 2007, currently they have several Lovercraftian items on the illustration line. Looks like they did a comic adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s novella, Self Made Hero’s website, Culbard certainly captures the story in rich shadows and cool shades.
I am looking forward to getting my copy and checking out the other Lovecraft lines from the company.
I know we have all done it, come up with a great idea and started it and something happened and you never revisited the project. Another scenario that is too familiar, you have another awesome and amazing idea and you write it down and think about it for weeks and you just drop it or it gets pushed aside because of life and other commitments.
I found an interesting quote on Seth Godin’s Blog:
“99% of the time, in my experience, the hard part about creativity isn’t coming up with something no one has ever thought of before. The hard part is actually executing the thing you’ve thought of.
The devil doesn’t need an advocate. The brave need supporters, not critics.”
My question to everyone is how do people find time for their creative projects?