Thursday, March 12, 2009


Killed Ideas is a project sponsored by Blurb that is accepting the best and brightest and winningest ideas that never got published, produced or funded. Creative professionals can submit their notes, sketches, storyboards and presentations, along with a narrative that tells the sad tale of work that got axed that could have changed the face of a company, media or industry. It sounds a great project, and completely support anything Blurb is backing. I published my children's book through Blurb. It's a company that allows anyone with an idea to pursue, market and sell it.

So, in honor of this project, I thought I'd post a few of my own killed ideas, starting with the covers that got axed today. Not that any of my designs are brilliant by any means, but I thought it might be a fun way to let good work be seen. Let me know if you'd like to add any of your projects, I'd be happy to post them with a link to your blog.


MMP said...

Everyone is supposed to be posting all your work, whether it was published or not, anyway. Letting you know.

Kristin said...

What a cool concept, Sarah! There are probably millions of brilliant ideas out there that don't get the attention they deserve. I'll be sure to check it out because my over active imagination is always dreaming up creations that I simply can't execute!