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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Sunday Sketching
  • Christoph Niemann
  • 07 October 2019
  • 1419722689

About the Author: Christoph Niemann

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10 thoughts on “Sunday Sketching

  1. says:

    A pure delight Niemann uses parts of visual columns and projects he s produced for social media to tell the story of his work life and creative process all the good bad, ups and downs and certainties associated with a creative life Even for those who don t know a whole lot about art or graphic design, this is a good read Anyone who s ever had to produce creative work for pay on deadline will identify with his renderings In addition to Sunday Sketching, Niemann has also produced other co A pure delight Niemann uses parts of visual columns and projects he s produced for social media to tell the story of his work life and creative process all the good bad, ups and downs and certainties associated with a creative life Even for those who don t know a whole lot about art or graphic design, this is a good read Anyone who s ever had to produce creative work for pay on deadline will identify with his renderings In addition to Sunday Sketching, Niemann has also produced other collections for adults, including Abstract City, and several children s picture books Readers and art fans might know him best for his New Yorker covers a few are included in Sunday Sketching The pictures made me laugh out loud at times and pause to to enjoy the pleasure of looking his his sketches, drawings and graphic works I first became aware of his work on Abstract The Art of Design, a new docu series on Netflix, which profiles several artists I highly recommend checking out this book as a companion piece to the program about him

  2. says:

    A book with a month or a day of the week in the titleBeautiful book filled with mixed media art, and poignant observations about life as an artist A journey through the mind of an artist, interesting and encouraging I love that it reads like a snapshot autobiography with images It s encouraging I especially enjoy that this artist makes his art accessible At the beginning, he writes directly about his own perceived lack of talent It s so subjective, but I think most creative people come up A book with a month or a day of the week in the titleBeautiful book filled with mixed media art, and poignant observations about life as an artist A journey through the mind of an artist, interesting and encouraging I love that it reads like a snapshot autobiography with images It s encouraging I especially enjoy that this artist makes his art accessible At the beginning, he writes directly about his own perceived lack of talent It s so subjective, but I think most creative people come up against this idea of not being able to actualise the amazing thing they have in their brain the talent bit doesn t live up to the imagined work It s possible that for some people that goes away and they find themselves able to create their internal vision to a T, but I ve met this idea in many forms, the idea that you will always struggle to execute the thing you want to make when first you endeavour to walk down the path of creativity Until you get good, and then, sometimes, you ll achieve it But not always There is always the limit of your ability, and the limitlessness of your imagination that bumps up against it The gateway drug is not creating art, but experiencing art seeing a painting, reading a book, or listening to music that expresses something that you always knew, but were never aware of Insightful, funny, and wonderful In this blinding ocean of smooth two second HAHAs we have to remind ourselves that the art that really moves us is often slow, strange and nagging This is a book to revisit for the images and the insights that you cannot hold in your brain all at once if they are all new to you I love this book in its entirety

  3. says:

    BRILLIANT.

  4. says:

    I think I came across Christoph Niemann on Instagram, when I saw the portrait of Trump he d created for the New Yorker magazine, back in Aug 16, when a Trump presidency seemed far fetched Then again another splendid piece of art on Women s Day I was like, Man I wonder if he has a book full of such creative paintings and googled him up and voila Next, like a bat out of hell I got this book issued from my library Even though the due date was 4 months hence, in spite of exams and assignment I think I came across Christoph Niemann on Instagram, when I saw the portrait of Trump he d created for the New Yorker magazine, back in Aug 16, when a Trump presidency seemed far fetched Then again another splendid piece of art on Women s Day I was like, Man I wonder if he has a book full of such creative paintings and googled him up and voila Next, like a bat out of hell I got this book issued from my library Even though the due date was 4 months hence, in spite of exams and assignments looming due next week, I couldn t keep my hands off this book IT S AMAZING Not only does Christoph have a unique perception of things of everyday life, his writing also is so inspiring My praises would be too less to give this book a just review I d say, go to his Instagram account or his website Christoph Niemann and you ll know he s. well, go figure out I m hopping on to another of his books now Abstract City D

  5. says:

    It is simply astounding how imaginative and creative some people are This is the perfect book to read through in one sitting for some comic relief and brilliant artistry Also looks great on my coffee table, and I love being able to pick it up randomly and open to a page of such originality and wit Niemann s very personal pictorial account of his vocation is touchingly honest and humorous but perfectly encapsulates the very real pitfalls and pains as well as emotional exertion that comes with It is simply astounding how imaginative and creative some people are This is the perfect book to read through in one sitting for some comic relief and brilliant artistry Also looks great on my coffee table, and I love being able to pick it up randomly and open to a page of such originality and wit Niemann s very personal pictorial account of his vocation is touchingly honest and humorous but perfectly encapsulates the very real pitfalls and pains as well as emotional exertion that comes with his profession Just brilliant

  6. says:

    Christoph Niemann is one of my favorite minds working today, and this book totally delivers, both visually and in terms of original and creative thought He offers a whimsical, low stakes approach to creating art on a regular, steady basis His method can be applied to any form of craft or art This book is a beautiful coffee table staple and a fun read.

  7. says:

    Quite universal, inspiring and beautifully published book Plenty of great illustrations in Niemann s lightweight style But it s the story that he tells throughout the book that sucks you in and makes you thinkdeeply not only about what you re seeing, but also on decisions you might want to make It can deeply affect your professional and private life.

  8. says:

    Brilliant visual, emotional, and philosophical indulgence Worth every cent of the price tag.

  9. says:

    Christoph Niemann was featured on a Netflix documentary called Abstract The Art of Design, which is where I fell in love with his work and philosophy If you are literate, you ve probably run across his work he s illustrated many New Yorker covers you may not read the New Yorker, but you might recognize some of them, as they have become somewhat iconic The documentary was good his book is great It s partly a coffee table art book of his quirky, vivid, and mind blowing art work some of whi Christoph Niemann was featured on a Netflix documentary called Abstract The Art of Design, which is where I fell in love with his work and philosophy If you are literate, you ve probably run across his work he s illustrated many New Yorker covers you may not read the New Yorker, but you might recognize some of them, as they have become somewhat iconic The documentary was good his book is great It s partly a coffee table art book of his quirky, vivid, and mind blowing art work some of which appeared on his rad Instagram , but this book is also a biography of his life, and manifesto on how to be an artist no, not to be and artist, but how to survive and maybe even thrive as someone who creates He divides his journey into what he calls three grand themes 1 I m not good enough 2 My work is irrelevant and soon I ll be broke 3 I m out of ideas He then goes on to explore each of these through stories of his life and much extraordinary art If you only look at the illustrations and skip the text, you are still in for a treat But be sure and read the book too I think you will come away inspired he has much to say to artists, but also much to say to art appreciators and non artists as well

  10. says:

    Something about this time of year always sparks me to do a refresh of my creativity and habits This book was just the spark I needed to think differently and focus on the importance of repeated creative exercise Anyone working on art knows that it is the process of diligence that makes anything exceptional, and this was a great example of the amazing results of focusing strongly on that process Niemann was a new t0 me artist but I will certainly be looking into his artclosely, especiall Something about this time of year always sparks me to do a refresh of my creativity and habits This book was just the spark I needed to think differently and focus on the importance of repeated creative exercise Anyone working on art knows that it is the process of diligence that makes anything exceptional, and this was a great example of the amazing results of focusing strongly on that process Niemann was a new t0 me artist but I will certainly be looking into his artclosely, especially on his Instagram I particularly enjoyed the way he incorporated otherwise banal everyday objects into totally re imagined and different art pieces Brains made out of pencil shavings, rulers converted into flamingos, and evenall gave me whimsical delight This is a great book to flip through to jolt yourself into new creative ways of thinking

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