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The Daily Zoo Keeping the Doctor at Bay With a Drawing a Day (Paperback)

Author:  Chris (ILT)/ Abrams Ayers Foreword By:  J. J. Abrams
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1933492341
ISBN-13: 9781933492346
Sku: 207651807
Publish Date: 11/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 8L x 0.75T
Pages:  159
Age Range:  NA
 
After a year-long period of treatment and recovery from leukemia, Ayers had started a sketchbook in which he would draw one animal each day, challenging both his self-discipline and imagination. These pages are filled with 365 distinct critters--each conveying Ayers''s diverse artistic styles.
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In the spring of 2005 Chris Ayers was busy working as a concept artist in the Hollywood film industry. That came to a crashing halt when he was diagnosed with leukemia on April first. After a year-long period of treatment and recovery he started a sketchbook called The Daily Zoo on the anniversary of his diagnosis. Over the next 365 days he would draw one animal each day, challenging both his self-discipline and imagination. Most importantly it would allow him the focused opportunity to celebrate the gift of each healthy day. The pages of The Daily Zoo: Volume One are chock-filled with 365 distinct critters, ranging from curious pandas to sinister hyenas, athletic aardvarks to zealous zebras, and his choice of artistic styles are as diverse as his subject matter. Alongside the images Ayers, whose big screen credits include Men in Black II, X-Men 3, and the Alien vs. Predator films, ties in commentary about his cancer experience, the sources of his artistic inspiration and his creative methods. Whether you're a beginning artist or a seasoned pro, this book will leave you inspired to grab the nearest pencil, pen, brush or crayon and start drawing!
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