Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio.

Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio.

Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio.

The first edition was successfully funded on Kickstarter and will be available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May, 2018. The book was featured by Kickstarter as a “Project we love.” A big thank you to all of our backers.

The first edition was successfully funded through Kickstarter and will be available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May, 2018. The book was featured by Kickstarter as a “Project we love.” A big thank you to all of our backers.

The first edition was successfully funded on Kickstarter and will be available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May, 2018. The book was featured by Kickstarter as a “Project we love.” A big thank you to all of our backers.

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A bit more about the book

Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths for reaching them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.

Take a look

Chapter 7 of the book is called “Who are you looking at?” It’s about studio roles and responsibilities and has been published as a Medium post. Take a look.

A bit more about the book

Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths for reaching them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.

Take a look

Chapter 7 of the book is called “Who are you looking at?” It’s about studio roles and responsibilities and has been published as a Medium post. Take a look.

A bit more about the book

Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths for reaching them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 of the book is called “Who are you looking at?” It’s about studio roles and responsibilities and has been published as a Medium post. Take a look.

Run Studio Run is written by Eli Altman, creative director at A Hundred Monkeys, the Berkeley, California-based naming and branding studio. He is also the author of Don’t Call It That – A Naming Workbook . He has been interviewed on naming and branding with The New York Times, NPR, The Guardian, Inc., and 99% Invisible.

Run Studio Run is written by Eli Altman, creative director at A Hundred Monkeys, the Berkeley, California-based naming and branding studio. He is also the author of Don’t Call It That – A Naming Workbook . He has been interviewed on naming and branding with The New York Times, NPR, The Guardian, Inc., and 99% Invisible.

Run Studio Run is written by Eli Altman, creative director at A Hundred Monkeys, the Berkeley, California-based naming and branding studio. He is also the author of Don’t Call It That – A Naming Workbook . He has been interviewed on naming and branding with The New York Times, NPR, The Guardian, Inc., and 99% Invisible.

Run Studio Run is written by Eli Altman, creative director at A Hundred Monkeys, the Berkeley, California-based naming and branding studio. He is also the author of Don’t Call It That – A Naming Workbook . He has been interviewed on naming and branding with The New York Times, NPR, The Guardian, Inc., and 99% Invisible.

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Run Studio Run was designed by Moniker in San Francisco

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Run Studio Run was designed by Moniker in San Francisco

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Run Studio Run was designed by Moniker in San Francisco

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Run Studio Run was designed by Moniker in San Francisco

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Run Studio Run is published
on Extracurricular Press.

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Run Studio Run is published
on Extracurricular Press.