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Education on paper

by | Aug 11, 2011 | doodles, paper | 7 comments












7 Comments

  1. Ted

    Some of your writing reminds me a bit of the Codex Seraphinianus. :D

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  2. Michael Höhne

    What Ted said.

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  3. Art

    2 things. 1–do you never give an A?

    2–It's not just animal behaviour. Humans follow very similar patterns.

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  4. notagain

    Art – I had the same two thoughts! Also nice drawings. I don't understand how people can draw and listen at the same time. I can't recall anything that was said if I was drawing. That's why I'm obsessed with strikethru's series on visual notetaking.

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  5. Duffy Moon

    It's like looking into the brain of someone you like very much and at the same time are sort of scared of.
    I for one want to know about the redacted name under the portrait of the bearded, bespectacled man.

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  6. rn

    You're not alone, Richard. I never used bound notebooks in college (I was way too sloppy in my study habits), but when I started writing semi-seriously, I found myself buying the same stitched composition books I used in elementary school … with lines that offer broad boulevards of space. More recently, I was able to find stitched books in Brazil, China, Hong Kong, India, Kenya, Nigeria, and Paraguay. They've been crucial because the pages don't fall out, even if you rip a leaf out to give someone your phone number, even if they get wet or slimed with your sweat, even if you bury them in a dirty shoulder bag with a camera and an assortment of pens and pencils on top.

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  7. Cameron

    What a wonderful glimpse into your inner workings, so to speak — there's nothing like handwritten, hand-drawn pages to provide an intimate record of your history.

    I use 8×5 Canson hardbound sketch books for my journal writing whenever I work in the SF Bay area, riding the BART trains. They are fairly good quality but I am hard on them; the bindings can become loose.

    REALLY love your sketches and doodles!

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