11. The Trickster's Hat: A Mischievous Apprenticeship in Creativity by Nick Bantock
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
If you're interested in getting into collage making, I highly recommend this book.
Collage isn't my normal mode of working (probably all the more reason I should try it), but there are also drawing, writing, and other creative prompts that could be applied to all manner of disciplines. I got more into the book the more I read and have bookmarked a bunch of things I want to try.
It's also a fun look into how the author (who wrote and illustrated the Griffin & Sabine books) thinks and creates and solves his own creative blocks/stagnation.
10 years ago on TTaT: For my amusement