“Show Your Work!”

By Austin Kleon.

Rating: 4 out of 5.


After you had learned how to unlock your creativity stealing from others in Steal Like An Artist, is now time to get generous, and let others steal from you.

Show Your Work! simpy displays why generosity helps the genius to emerge: sharing and letting others into your process, and then letting them steal from you, you will help yourself throung the most critical step in an artist’s career: getting know out there. With this approach, you’ll be discovered without the need to self-promote at all; instead, your community will do the work for you!

What will help you understand how to take your work, how to share it and how to face the difficulties and challenges in the process are the ten rules Austin based this book on. Let’s consider them the Ten Commandments to follow to emerge without going crazy!

Full of illustrations, quotes, stories, and many examples, this book will guide you in the understanding of these ten fundamental rules, to help you to get know in your community.

Fortunately, you don’t have to be a professional hyper-skilled artist to take advantage of this book; instead, it is addressed to anyone who is simply curious to learn how to worry less and have more courage to step out of their comfort zone.

Despite the book’s small size, it has a lot to say and to teach us. Why don’t you give it a chance?

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“Make stuff you love and talk about stuff you love and you’ll attract people who love that kind of stuff. It’s that simple.” 

Austin Kleon


Austin Kleon, born in 1983, is a writer and artist based in Texas. He’s a New York Times bestselling author of five books! All his works mostly talk about creativity in a funny and entertaining way, to help artists of every genre to step out and create. If you’re a creative mind, you should definitely listen to this guy’s tips.

“Kleon isn’t a prototypical business guru — he’s an artist who has some fantastic insights about creativity.”

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