On June 4, 2007 artist Noah Scalin created a skull on his blog and promised to create a different skull every day for a year.
He created a variety of skulls: everything from his first orange paper skull to a flower skull to a PB&J skull to a skull made out of pennies. That’s 365 skulls and counting. (He continues the project today with submissions from readers.)
His daily project inspired the book 365: A Daily Creativity Journal: Make Something Every Day and Change Your Life! In it, Scalin encourages readers to create their own year-long project. He shares one suggestion each day to help spark readers’ imaginations.
He writes that “a daily project is a personal journey that can offer you a rare opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth with tangible results” (p.6).
So how does it work?
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