The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika community 1 Tanizaki, J., (2009) "In Praise of the Shadow", Siruela Editions Creativity, SA: How to Take Inspiration to Infinity and Beyond , a book by Edwin Catmull In this book, the president of Pixar and Disney Animation recounts his experience leading these companies. He shares how excellence lies in connecting the small details with the ultimate goal pursued by all members of the company: to create films that make them proud. And he teaches us that creativity is not simply a source of ideas, but rather an alchemy between people. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 3 community Catmull, E., (2015) "Creativity, SA: How to take inspiration to infinity and beyond", Connect Embroidered Mexico: from tradition to contemporary stitch , a book by Gimena Romero The great Mexican embroidery artist Gimena Romero compiles the artisan heritage of embroidery throughout the Mexican geography: from the most traditional embroidery to the most avant-garde creations, including Tenango embroidery, Mazahua, Mixe, Purépecha, etc.
The Artist's Way , a book by Julia Cameron Believing that you cannot be creative is the first big mistake to not achieve it, under that statement this book written by the renowned writer and artist Julia Cameron unfolds. In the text she shares a series of tools to end the creative block, Raster to Vector Conversion and create with greater freedom; techniques that with constant practice, various games and exhaustive introspection, manage to modify the consciousness to open up to the imagination. A necessary work for writers, poets, actors, illustrators, painters, musicians or anyone else who wants to develop their creativity.
An essential for anyone who wants to learn more about the creativity, techniques, beliefs and ancestral traditions of the different Mexican peoples. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 5 community Romero, G., (2017) "Mexico embroidery: from tradition to contemporary point", Gustavo Gili Guillermo del Toro, Cabinet of Curiosities: My Notebooks, Collections, and Other Obsessions , a book by Guillermo del Toro and Marc Scott Zicree Over the past two decades, writer-director Guillermo del Toro has charted territory in the popular imagination with his films Cronos , Hellboy , Pans Labyrinth , and a host of other productions and creative endeavors. In this book, del Toro reveals the inspiration from which his ideas and artistic motifs spring, and shares the contents of his personal notebooks, collections and other obsessions, achieving a fantastic compendium and insight into the life and mind of one of the world's most creative visionaries. The 10 most inspiring and creative books according to the Domestika 7 community del Toro, G., (2013) "Guillermo del Toro, Cabinet of Curiosities", HarperCollins.