A short bit about the one on the left: My good friend Laura sent me a message asking me what I’d draw if someone asked me to illustrate ‘hormones’. I replied that I didn’t think there were a drawing demented enough to express my hormones. I called her later that day and we spoke for […]
As you all know, I like to play. And this is what I do when you give me a set of colored pencils, carbon sheets and tracing graph paper.
Cross the bridge for some Instagram shots.
It was really interested to see how the color pencils would transfer onto the following pages. My favorite is the duplicate, with which I used black folded carbon paper.
Yes. I think it is. But sometimes I think maybe it’s not so important. In an age where artistic power is handed to us by the likes of Photoshop, Painter and Illustrator, I think a mind-blowingly good idea, composition and use of color may just compensate for the fact that someone who calls themselves an […]
Whenever I’m waiting, and that happens a lot, I usually read. If I don’t have a book, I doodle in one of my many ‘handbag’ notebooks. And if, for some reason, I don’t have one of those, I find any piece of paper in my purse and busy myself away.
I bought this large 14 x 11 inch notebook from a stationary shop in New York in 2002. It’s perfect for pencil sketches but of course I like to use it with any writing or coloring tool I can get my hand on. I still have many blank pages left because I’ve decided to just […]
This page is taken from my brown planning book. I bought the actual sketchbook in New York, and it just sort of became my planning book, because I have SO many books that I use contemporaneously. For more pages like this, gently click on this phrase: shubaik lubaik, and it will take you there.