Rich Hebron is an American entrepreneur, public speaker, and author. He was raised in Raymond, Wisconsin and lives in Chicago. He fuses both his rural and urban backgrounds to draw inspiration and question the status quo. He created morethanrich.co to connect with other curious people and to continue challenging his perspective, aiming to redefine what it means to live a rich, fulfilled life. He is an avid museum goer, dinosaur enthusiast, and NBA fan.
Descripción del libro
After graduating college, a twenty-two-year-old kid chose to live homeless on the streets of Chicago to better understand an issue society was quick to dismiss but knew little about. He didn’t know much about it either, but his curiosity drove him. What went through someone’s mind experiencing homelessness? What did that feel like? With no supervision, he joined a shelter program and spent his nights in an overnight shelter on the west side of the city. He met and befriended individuals, often twice his age, from all walks of life – ranging from a war hero to someone who spent half his life in prison. Together, they confronted the psychological struggles of living homeless and the quickly deteriorating physical conditions around them. Through friendship and love, he realized anything could be endured. But what would happen if that support system no longer existed?
Público al que se apunta
Ages 20-40. Millennials, young Americans, educated and curious individuals, people interested in social justice
Editorial del ebook
Kindle de Amazon
Diseño de inspiración
simply creative. I like the sort of distressed off-white background. It looks more like artist brush strokes than a computer generated image. It's not rigid.
Love the simple divide between title and author. Distressed appeals to me also.
I really like the textured background. Not a fan of the text though. I prefer all capital letters.
Love this cover. I really like the font. It's bold and kind of looks handmade. I like the off-white, red, and yellow colors.
Just reiterating the simplicity concept and use of the full cover.
Has a little too much going on, but I like the use of orange to make the cover pop more.
The background is a little more brown and textured than what this cover shows, but I like the boldness of the text.
This is kind of what I'm envisioning the cover to look like. Use the brief for colors and other details.
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
I'd like a simple, text-focused, design to attract a Millennial reader. I would like the main title to be in bright orange. Feel free to use the entire space of the cover. Paperback size will be 5.25" x 8" Use lines and geometric shapes creatively but subtly. Bold font and all capitalized letters. Sans serif. Distressed text. Would prefer a light, cream-colored textured background. Needs to look good on a matted cover. No images. Cover should express humanity in individuals experiencing something tough. They are worn and tired but a courageous and strong. Would like the cover to pop. Main title large and subtitle smaller. I'd like the cover to look more like a piece of art than a stereotypical cover about homelessness.
Lo que debe evitarse
Please avoid images related to stereotypically associated with homelessness. No cardboard boxes. No silhouettes of a vulnerable individual. No soup laddles or backpack. No stock imagery.
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