Contains sixteen visual essays from the author's visual blog for the "New York Times."
From award-winning artist and author Cristoph Niemann comes a collection of witty illustrations and whimsical views on working creatively. This survey of Niemann''s work will be done in his signature style, combining photography and illustration in surprising and humourous ways. Taking its title from his New York Times column Abstract Sunday, this book covers Niemann''s entire career and showcases brilliant observations of contemporary life through sketches, travel journals and popular newspaper features. The narrative guides readers through Christoph''s creative process, how he built his career, and how he overcomes the internal and external obstacles that creative people face--all presented with disarming wit and intellect. Enhanced with nearly 350 original images, this book is a tremendous inspirational and aspirational resource.