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The Scribble Diary: My Brain Right Nowby Lisa Currie
Synopses & Reviews
Illustrator and designer Adam Turnbull started documenting his creative ideas on any piece of paper that inspired him: a photograph, a postcard, an envelope... He began binding small books made up of these pieces and discovered that the "canvas" he originally used helped shape more ideas. And soand#160;Noted came to life: an interactive journal that features images of things to record ideas on, from letterhead or a guest check to the palm of the hand, a napkin, or a matchbook.
Along with striking black-and-white images of common items, Noted encourages readers with subtle, open-ended, and random prompts, facts, and quotes. The results will be as unique as the usersand#8217; own experiences . . . When viewing a blank matchbook, one reader may design a restaurant logo while another may reminisce about a romantic candlelit dinner. A blank wall could elicit a rendering of street art, a piece of fiction about the Berlin Wall, or a political message for the masses.
As adults, weve learned to represent ourselves in a manner thats pleasing to others—no gaffes, bits of weirdness, or embarrassing moments. But that leaves us very little space to speak our own truths freely, beyond how they might be viewed by others. Burn After Writing challenges you to answer the question: How honest can you really be with only you watching?
This secret diary” for proper grown-ups pushes the limits, flirts with fears, and challenges you to play a game of Truth or Dare with yourself. In a society where share” is everything, Burn After Writing goes against the grain and encourages you to share” nothing!
Welcome to your own playful, personal doodling space.
Release your thoughts.
Make a memory collage.
Draw your dreams.
Reflect on your day.
What’s in your brain right now?
About the Author
Lisa Currie is an illustrator and street artist who encourages self-expression and collaboration through doodling. She also collects hand-drawn interviews on her blog The Scribble Project. Her hometown is Melbourne, Australia but she's probably not there right now. For more information see thescribblediary.com.
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