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15 Minutes


Juliet Sulejmani | October, 28 2015




“The expression is credited to Andy Warhol, who included the words “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes” in the program for a 1968 exhibition of his work at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden.” – Wikipedia


“In the future 15 minutes of privacy will be something only a very few, very special people get to experience.” – Will Self, in the ‘New Philosopher’



[Credit: Illustration by me.]

Illustration Time Lapse


Juliet Sulejmani | October, 24 2015

After a couple attempts at filming time lapse’s of myself illustrating, I feel like I’ve mastered it.

I’m quite happy with this one. The only challenge is that on IG you can only post 15seconds of footage. I may do slightly longer ones to post up on YouTube.

Also, everyday that goes by I keep having the urge to VLOG or create video’s. They would obviously incorporate illustration in some way as well, I have a few idea’s running through my mind, I’m also open to any suggestions for possible vlog content.


How does he do it?


Juliet Sulejmani | October, 23 20152015.11.23_stellashoe

Honestly. I don’t know how Casey (Casey Neistat, my current mentor, he doesn’t know that he’s my mentor) does it.

How he comes up with new and interesting content daily and creates and uploads a new video each day, is just mind blowing.

Even just the creation of the video is so time consuming, you have to wait for files to transfer, for files to upload, update, edit, cut, add audio, upload to youtube, etc, etc etc. And at the same time produce something of great quality. High Five Casey Neistat.

Something I’d love to do is create process videos for my illustrations and also some animations. This clip above is my first attempt at a process video. There are quite a few things that I need to work on. For a first attempt its ok.




Juliet and Her Friends

2015.11.14_blog_008Juliet Sulejmani | October, 20 2015

Hello Blog_008!

I made it to a week of daily blogging. Amazing. I was kind of testing myself to see if I would actually keep doing it or if I would get bored and I’m finding it’s actually quite a fun thing to do. It kind of forces me to think about what I’m doing and what’s going on in my life, and that’s always a good thing.

An update on meditation.

I’ve meditated 2/2 days, it’s a start. I’ve really been enjoying Tara Brach’s guided meditations. I was used to doing 10 minute meditations, but I’ve realised I get much more benefit from doing the longer, 20 minute ones.

Lately I’ve been so busy with illustration work, which is great, but I haven’t really been spending time on learning and practicing my drawing. And I feel like I’ve kind of lost my inspiration. A friend of mine gave me some advice and told me to go within, reconnect with Juliet, and to meditate. So I’m on the right track, I just need to make more time for experimentation.

I realised I started a fun project a while ago, #julietandherfriends, my goal was to draw something for every single one of my followers on Instagram. I’ve done 22 so far, (I’ve included some of them are the illustrations at the top of this post), I have a lot more to go, so I might use this project to experiment with and try some fun things.

So if you’re reading this and you also follow me on instagram, tag me in a photo that you’d like me to draw and I’ll add it to my ‘next to draw’ list.


[ Credits: Words and Illustration by me. ]