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Collections. Making collections, particularly of things that do not immediately relate to “art” or “design”, is a hobby I enjoy keeping up with. The great thing about a practice of accumulation is that over the course of making extensive collections of materials one is left with a wealth of raw content with which to creatively work. The difficult thing about this practice is that stuff can accumulate quickly. Storage can become an issue, as well as maintaining organization over the material…

Collections. Making collections, particularly of things that do not immediately relate to “art” or “design”, is a hobby I enjoy keeping up with. The great thing about a practice of accumulation is that over the course of making extensive collections of materials one is left with a wealth of raw content with which to creatively work. The difficult thing about this practice is that stuff can accumulate quickly. Storage can become an issue, as well as maintaining organization over the material…

A simple 6 x 6 inch drawing using a basic grid within which line work is arranged in quadrants. Four quadrants comprise a grouping of either diagonal lines or combination of horizontal and vertical lines. The quadrants are staggered, each repeating throughout the composition. Two blues and one dark cool grey are combined, an extension to a palette of colours that I have been exploring. #drawing #color #grid #pattern #line #art #illustration #graphicroozane…

A simple 6 x 6 inch drawing using a basic grid within which line work is…

A little while ago I came across a class over at Creative Bug that really inspired me to get back into playing in my sketchbook! I was looking for a fun art project that my daughter and I could work on together and discovered Lisa Congdon’s wonderful Sketchbook Explorations courses. They have really inspired both of us to start playing in our sketchbooks, in fact my daughter has nearly filled hers with doodles, patterns and drawings over the past month!

Sketchbook Explorations

Sketchbook drawing and painting exercises from the Sketchbook Explorations course at Creative Bug. Drawings by Kate Hadfield.

The Photograph, A Photo, Blue Lines, Empty Spaces, Pattern Print, Container

328 Likes, 3 Comments - Jayson Zaleski (@jaysonzaleski) on Instagram: “I have produced lots of things over my time as a designer. There were some memorable projects that…”

328 Likes, 3 Comments - Jayson Zaleski (@jaysonzaleski) on Instagram: “I have produced lots of things over my time as a designer. There were some memorable projects that…”

Colour. I generally work with colours which I have developed a comfort level. Lately, however, I have been integrating colour combinations that reside beyond my ‘preference zone’. This has been a strategic decision. I will usually start out testing colours ahead of time by conducting experiments with combinations through line and contrast. Lately, I have been forcing myself to work with colours that have been given very little consideration such as the suitability of combining colours…

Travel journal pages and scrapbook inspiration - ideas for travel journaling, art journaling, and scrapbooking.

Plan with Me!: How I Set Up My Bullet Journal for Success - The Cozie // @sofibat | Instagram: sofibatt

Plan with Me!: How I Set Up My Bullet Journal for Success - The Cozie // @sofibat | Instagram: sofibatt

This is my artwork. Although, I would not call it work. This is what I want to do, what I have to do in life. It's beautiful!

I Found My Life’s Path, Which Was A Splash Of Paint Away

I remember hearing Mike Mills discuss his interest in what he calls “the value grid” as a main source of investigation within his work. His interest in finding value in things that are not particularly upheld within established societies has propelled the final output for much of his making and is a deep source of inspiration for future work. This interest in a “value” upheld by a culture where things are prized or not is a deeply interesting phenomenon. The world of art is an intriguing…

I remember hearing Mike Mills discuss his interest in what he calls “the value grid” as a main source of investigation within his work. His interest in finding value in things that are not particularly upheld within established societies has propelled the final output for much of his making and is a deep source of inspiration for future work. This interest in a “value” upheld by a culture where things are prized or not is a deeply interesting phenomenon. The world of art is an intriguing…

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