This challenge is hosted by Elle Luna at www.the100dayproject.org and starts sometime in April (the date varies from year to year).
It was inspired by a Yale School of Art Workshop created by Michael Bierut for his graduate graphic design students.
Decide on your project
The aim of the project is that you decide on something that you would like to work on consistently for 100 days.
Choose a unique hashtag for your project
Once you’ve decided on your project, create yourself a unique hashtag #100daysofxxxxxxx Then each day post your work Instagram with your unique tag and #the100dayproject.
Build a habit by creating something every day
Lots of artists take part in this project. The beauty of it is that you can get stuck in to any creative project you like, such as writing poetry, composing music, creating content for your blog. The sky is the limit!
100 days is a long time, but what this project really teaches you, is that sometimes you just have to show up. You are unlikely to produce something you love every day, but you will start to build a creative habit and create an impressive body of work.
Do your best to keep up. If you do fall behind, you won’t be alone and your fellow creatives will help encourage you on Social Media.
- Decide on your project
- Create a unique hashtag #100daysofxxxxxxx
- Create something every day for 100 days
- Post your daily creation on Instagram with your unique hashtag plus #the100dayproject
- Have fun and help cheer everyone else on
The tag you should use on social media is
#the100dayproject and your unique hashtag #100daysofxxxxxx
And if and you found this challenge through us, don’t forget to link and tag us in your post (details shown below) We might even feature your work on our blog!
As a reminder, please tag us on social media
- Twitter: @KickCreatives
- Facebook: @kickinthecreatives
- Instagram: @kickinthecreatives
- Pinterest: @kickinthecreatives
And you should also add the following hashtag
Share in our Facebook Group
You can also share your creations on our Facebook Group. We would love to see you there!
Tips to make things a little more manageable
- If you only have a small amount of time, create something simple so you can commit to it. Alternatively, you could work on a more detailed piece and post your progress every day.
- Keep your materials at hand to remind you to create.
- If you fall behind, don’t worry just carry on. You can always catch up, or carry on a little after the official project is over.
You can find out more about the challenge in the following places: