We are excited to now release the full 365 Project Catalogue for you to check out. The catalogue features the entire 365 collection, so you can take the time to view all of the artworks before they become available to purchase on November 18th 2020.
As well as providing the details of each piece, the catalogue reveals all of Paul’s personal insights whilst on his daily painting journey. You can read about his experiences, creative discoveries, and the variety of subjects and locations that inspired him throughout the year.
Clicking the link above will open the catalogue in a new browser window, where you can navigate through all the pages. The catalogue has built in navigation links in the bottom right corner of the page, as well as a clickable ‘Table of Contents’ to help you explore. The online version of the catalogue is powered by Adobe InDesign, which also includes built in navigation controls, which will appear in a toolbar running across the bottom of the screen. This has handy options such as a thumbnail grid viewer, which you can also use to find your way around. In addition, using the left/right arrows on your keyboard will navigate through the catalogue pages, as will swiping left/right on a tablet/mobile device. It is worth pointing out however, that the catalogue is not mobile-responsive, so we do not recommend viewing it on smaller screens.
There is also an option to download the catalogue as a PDF file, which you can then view in a book/PDF reader program of your choice, if you prefer, or are experiencing any issues with the online viewer. Please note that the onscreen controls will only work on the online version of the catalogue and are disabled in the downloadable PDF version, although the Table of Contents will still have clickable links.
If you have any questions about viewing the catalogue, or about the project in general, please get in touch using the contact form on Paul’s main website
Thank you so much for joining me on my 365-day painting journey. I hope that within this dynamic collection of one-off artworks, you find a piece that has the unique power to engage and transport you, and bring you a little bit of joy every day.