Archive for ‘Sketchbook Covers’

October 7, 2012

The Sketchbook Project ’13

I enjoyed taking part in The Sketchbook Project ’12 so much that I have entered again for the 2013 tour. Here are some photos of my cover. As for the theme, im at a bit of a loss so if you have any suggestions please leave a comment. I would actually be really grateful to read what your thoughts are on it. You can find the link on the side bar to the sketchbook I did for this years tour. Again, love to hear from you if you have a spare moment. Take care, X

August 31, 2012

Sketchbook Covers

   

Whenever I start a new sketchbook, doesn’t matter whats its for, I always label them in some way. Now this may sound twee but it gets me in the right frame of mind for some reason to get on and do something. I love typography and so this is why i enjoy the process so much of designing the front cover of my sketchbook. Here are a few I’ve done for university. Bits&Bobs, Research and Development. I don’t know if anyone else feels like this but when i create a sketchbook, every little thing is an idea that has been developed. I struggled a fair bit with this in uni because they wanted it to be clearly documented in stages but thats not how I work unfortunately. Even the lettering I do on my front covers contribute in some way to the final outcome.

 

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