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Art is Dead: And Other Hopeful Essays on How to Make Good Art and Not Be a Bad Artist

3 reviews

Update: I'm trying an experiment where I only offer this book through Amazon so I can participate in their Kindle Select program. Self-publishing is one big experiment for me and I want to see if this will help more people find my book. Printed hardcover and softcover editions are also available on there.

This book might solve all of your art problems. It might cure your burnout, drag you out of artist's block, help you to find meaning in your work, make you disciplined and focused, and even help you earn more money.

It probably won't do any of those things, but it might.

This short ebook is a collection of essays, thoughts, and answers to questions from my mailing list over the course of a year. The topics range broadly, but all artists (and even other creators) will find something useful and encouraging in here.

You will get a EPUB (4MB) file

Customer Reviews


Verified Buyer

3 months ago

A fun book for the broken hearted artist

I really appreciated the wisdom in this book of essays!

Simon D.

Verified Buyer

4 months ago

Solid book for any aspiring creator

Such a good read.

If you're looking for a solid book on "making it" as an artist—one that's equally profound, practical and enjoyable to read—this is it. It's full of relatable anecdotes, highlightable quotes, interesting insights (I really like his views on the emergence of AI art) and actionable advice.

Lau L.

Verified Buyer

3 months ago

Pleasently helpful

I found this book very useful in understanding various facets of the art world and the industry that surrounds it; With a modern and humble perspective, Noah Bradley tells of his process, goals and challenges on various fronts within the art world. As the author himself says "there are not enough books by people figuring things out" and I'm glad to have this book on my shelfs