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Friday, November 17, 2006

More sketchbooks

I love this way of looking at a sketchbook on line! The link will take you to a video where you can watch the pages being turned by disembodied hands. Well, OK, it's a tiny bit frustrating because, even though you can pause whenever you want and zoom in, or watch it full screen, you don't get the clarity and quality you might wish for. This is from an exhibition in London of artists using Moleskine sketchbooks. Once you get to the YouTube site you'll see several others from the same group to look at. This particular one is by Antoine Cosse, a French illustrator who lives in London. I found it on the always interesting and unusual moleskinerie blog.


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