By Noah Scalin
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DAY It’s all about you. Incorporate yourself into whatever you make. It could be by wearing the work, by creating a self-portrait, or . . indd 62 8/11/10 7:26:21 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:63 Work with only the classic tangram shapes. DAY Tangram: A classic Chinese puzzle composed of seven flat geometric shapes, which can be rearranged to make a variety of images, usually provided only as silhouettes. All of the shapes fit together as one large square and are often stored that way.
So I would go and ride my bike, or go to the grocery store, or whatever it was, and then come back and pick it up. Once I actually had a thing to work on, I could usually do a recording in a couple of days’ time . . or, if pressed, four hours! How did the year progress? The first week, I did an idea that I had been kicking around in my head for six years, and the second week I had another idea like that, but by week five I was out of those ready-made ideas, and it got kind of tough. So then I had to rely on really halfbaked ideas that I never really liked, or stuff that I manufactured out of nothing, or suggestions from people.
You don’t have to know how to knit or crochet; you can try yarn painting or just experiment. indd 50 8/11/10 7:26:47 PM 8/11/10 7:27:22 PM Turn today’s junk mail into something much more appealing. DAY Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:51 DAY (Text) (RAY) Think big. Create a large version of something that would normally be much smaller. indd 51 8/11/10 7:26:19 PM 8/11/10 7:27:37 PM Learn something new. Ask a friend to help you do something using a technique or skill they’re good at.