The Sketchbook Project 2018

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I love sketchbooks. I spend a lot of time working in sketchbooks. I think I like seeing sketchbook work more than the final outcome. I love seeing the process of coming up with an idea and refining it. So when I came across the Sketchbook Project from the Brooklyn Art Library I knew this was […]

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My Notebook Collection

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Today I thought I would share some of my notebooks. These are the current ones I use on a regular basis. I own quite a number more than this but it’s actually quite embarrassing how many notebooks I own and have never used. You’ll notice a few which aren’t technically notebooks, but I thought I […]

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4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Attend Art School

A few weeks ago I wrote about all of the advantages of attending art school. In that post I mentioned there were a few bad things about studying an art course so today I will be sharing all the reasons why you shouldn’t go to art school. The one big argument out there about art […]

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Wassily Kandinsky: Point and Line to Plane

Today I am going to tell you about a Russian painter who while relatively unknown, changed the way art and design courses were taught in the 20s. These changes made a huge impact on the design world and even now modern art schools teach basic design principles based on his lectures. Wassily Kandinsky (Vasiliy Kandinskiy) […]

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Beauty and the Beast | Illustrated MinaLima Classic

So remember back in August I wrote about the MinaLima editions of Peter Pan and Jungle Book, at the time I said I would literally buy every book MinaLima released. Well two days ago I found out MinaLima had released a new edition of The Beauty and the Beast (I presume to go along with the movie), […]

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