Adam J . Kurtz
CREATIVE PROCESS ENAMEL PIN BY ADAM J. KURTZ
Inspired by my book Things Are What You Make of Them, this silver metal scribble shape reminds us that the mistakes aren't just a "pile of garbage" but just part of the process and therefore totally not a failure SO LEAVE ME ALONE, ME! (That's your inner consciousness yelling at another part of your inner consciousness). - ADAM J KURTZ
The perfect gift for anyone who's struggling to get through their shit, working towards a new project or goal, and maybe a reminder to yourself that EVERYTHING IS FINE and THIS IS FINE and IT WILL BE OK and YOU CAN DO IT. Pair it with the book for a useful gift that'll definitely probably help.
Anyway, it's a cute squiggly silver pin with a black enamel fill, standard pin back, and rubber clutch.
Adam J . Kurtz
Adam J. Kurtz is an artist and author whose illustrative work is rooted in honesty, humor and a little darkness. His books including 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion have been translated into over a dozen languages and his work has been featured in the New Yorker, VICE, Adweek and more. Kurtz speaks frankly about channeling human emotion into our creative work, delivering lectures to conferences, organizations, and universities. His latest book, Things Are What You Make of Them is a handwritten essay collection that digs into the emotional realities of creative entrepreneurship.