An invention is worth more than a thousand words, but it takes more than that to explain all the key moments and ideas that have trained and honed Pep’s creative instinct.
Humor, strategy, and creativity in 8 volumes, all from his very own inkwell (with some collaborations). Also a good chance to improve your spanish:
"100 ideas to go"
A compilation of multiple ideas that Pep has had at some point in his life, shared with readers so they can use them as examples and make them their own to transform their everyday lives.More Info
“The Art of Noise”
A guide that goes over Torres’ experience as a media buzz generator and explains step-by-step how you can achieve huge media impact.More Info
Robin Book, 2005
The first book that takes the reader inside Pep Torres’ mind, for whoever’s interested in taking on what our society considers right and wrong.More Info
“I Don’t Pay You to Think”
Robin Book, 2004
A scathing examination of the business world via characters and situations that we’ve all experienced at work.More Info
Devir Contenidos, 2003
This book presents a collection of undesirable creatures we interact with on a daily basis: tyrant bosses, freeloading neighbors, rude in-laws, disloyal friends, people who cut in front of us in the line at the movie theater, and the lightning-speed cashiers at the supermarket.More Info
Martínez Roca, 2002
A book written in conjunction with pilot Enric Munné with the idea of bringing the commercial aviation world to the public with true, funny, and strange stories that occur on board an airplane.More Info
“The Inventor’s Manual”
The first guide published in Spanish for inventors. It’s very catchy, you should better try not to become one of them while reading it…More Info
“If I don’t see it, I don’t believe it”
An ironic, carefree reflection on the inventions he’s presented during his television appearances.