Failed It! How to turn mistakes into ideas and other advice for successfully screwing up
Part photobook and part DIY guide, Failed It! is a fun and fabulous take on the art of making mistakes. Written by artist and advertising guru Erik Kessels, it celebrates imperfection and failure and shows why they are an essential part of the creative process.
Showcasing the best and most hilarious examples of imperfection and failure across a broad range of creative forms, including art, design, photography, architecture and product design, it will inspire you to alter your perspective, embrace errors and take creative risks. It includes over 150 visual examples drawn from Kessels personal collection of artworks and found photographs, along with tips, quotes, anecdotes and wisdom for celebrating with failure.
17.8cm x 12cm
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