The Point Man

Eric Smith, idrawalldayEric Smith was born and raised in a small town in the Pacific Northwest, you've probably never heard
of it. Thankfully, Eric didn't have to look far for inspiration. When you're surrounded by trees bigger than your house and every direction you turn looks like
a rocky mountain postcard; you're in Washington. This is where the natural and
organic undertones stem
from in Eric's work. Other early inspirations as an 80's kid include: Nickelodeon,
BMX culture and his Dad's record collection.

Learn more at:
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Our Book Project

Live Now Book The Live Now book is a collection of inspirational quotes and illustrations pursuing the notion of living a happy and engaged life.
The book consists of over 100 pages of original artwork from collaborators all over the world. All pages are perforated and easily torn out to hang up or give away to spread smiles.
Pre-orders available now through all major offline and online booksellers including distribution in America, Europe, Australia
& Canada.

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local book store:

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We are a growing collection of friends, powerfully pursuing the notion of 'living now'. We're spreading our message through artwork, literature, relationships, exhibitions and more. This movement cannot be confined, is spilling out, and making history.


Some time ago I was diagnosed with cancer. Instantly perspective changed within me! The
fearful, human part of my being wanted to resist this disease, label it as "bad", and be at
the mercy of this situation. But the essence of my spirit knew that this situation could not be isolated from the hidden harmony I seek to follow each day. Having my physical life threatened, provoked within me a strong separation between my spiritual and physical being. Although my physical body was being attacked ... my spiritual essence was untouchable.

My experience with cancer was this; Live Now! Cancer changed the way I ate, slept, and most importantly, the way I live. Before cancer I was like most folks, just cruising along. It was
during my treatment, when I started to discover what cancer could gift to me - the ability to absorb every moment as if each one were my whole life. The Live Now Project was born!


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