Renew Your Stale Creativity With the 100 Day Project


Doing something creative every day for a month, a year, or even longer offers several advantages. It’s a terrific way to learn a new skill and earn some extra cash.

The 100 Day Project is now in progress, with several participants sharing their work on Instagram.

What Is the 100 Day Project?

The 100 Day Project is an online project created by Elle Luna and Lindsey Jean Thomas but is actually based on a concept created by celebrated graphic designer Michael Bierut as a workshop at Yale.

He describes the project like this:

“The only restrictions on the operation you choose is that it must be repeated in some form every day, and that every iteration must be documented for eventual presentation.”

A similar challenge is offered online by the 100 Day Project, which asks you to accomplish something every day for 100 days. It is the goal of the project to make a work of art every day, but now that it is in its fifth year, a large number of individuals are participating.

While many people choose conventional disciplines such as drawing, painting, photography, crochet, and needlework, others choose things such as performing random acts of kindness or picking up rubbish on a regular basis.

How to Participate in the 100 Day Project

For starters, if you’re interested in participating in the 100 Day Project, you should be aware that it has already begun. It began on April 3, but there are still a few days left to get caught up, so it is not too late to participate.

If you’re interested in sharing your work on a daily basis, the best place to do that is on Instagram. Some are also sharing their progress on Twitter.

These are the hashtags you’re going to want to keep an eye on or use when sharing your work:

If you want to hear more about the 100 day project, listen to this conversation between Elise Joy and Lindsay Jean Thomson, who are taking part in the project for the third year in a row.

For those of you who are feeling even more ambitious, you might keep it continuing and attempt to do a year’s worth of photography or a year’s worth of journaling.

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