I don’t know who told us that we are creative, but somebody did. Somebody along the way convinced us of it or we convinced ourselves that we… Read more “Indie Album Highlight: Dog Is Dead”
Blank pages nudge you to create visual chronicles of your mind.
I am blessed with friends who understand my insatiable appetite for notebooks and sketchbooks and know that there is no better gift you can give a writer than the gift of blank pages.
This notebook is a gift from flirtingkaapi . It is a soft covered, shrink-wrapped notebook with 144 plain pages and measures 5 in x 8 in. You can document your creative chronicles, thoughts, feelings, hesitations, doodles and brain droppings on its plain white blanks.
This festival season, if you are at loss on the right gift to give your friends get them a fancy/minimalist notebook, diary or sketch book or make one yourself (nothing like going a little DIY instead of heading to a mall). You can buy the Letternote notebook here: http://www.letternote.com/indiawoman.html
I could have lived my whole life not reading this book. In our world of vain egos, turning down a recommendation is considered a mammoth deal breaker.… Read more “Murakami invades my world”
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Here is a look at Nandan Joshi’s sketches – all come out to play in a palm sized blank paper. Nandan is a young copywriter whose art is ambiguous, smart, lively, and full of awkward sense of humor. I love art that doesn’t take itself too seriously and this is what I liked most about Dafty.
So here is little getting to know about the character – Dafty is a collage of doodles done with a Sharpie and an overzealous pop pink colour pen on small loose sheets.
Nandan’s sketches are explorations of witty imagery. You can follow him on http://ponderpuffman.tumblr.com/. Like him, his sketches too brim with everything unusual and perverse. His work desk is a depository of doodles, sketches, caricatures and illustrations.You can also follow him on twitter at @ponderpuffman.
I might be late to the party, but reading Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea has really opened my mind to the new sights and… Read more “Sail into the vastness of a blank paper”