... is the theme that I've been thinking of for my beautiful little moleskine.
Why? Partly the format of the book, as Steph illustrated a couple of posts earlier; but to a larger part my fascination with the former. Lines: seemingly separating, clearly demarcating, lines do much more, don't they? They connect, they unsettle and set apart at once. Linings and lineages are thrown in for good measure: don't want to be too prescriptive, so a couple more associations are very welcome.
It's a fascinating thought, eight people who work very differently together in eight books, at different stages, different responses and interaction. I am sooo curious and excited.
Other than the theme I haven't thought of what that could mean for my first sketching in there. But I'm sure I'll figure it out.
My most recent inspiration is the collage I did for the Found Papers project: the lines are made by fumage: candle smoke onto a taped off area; so: there's lots of possibilities of what can go in the little moleskine.
I've also introduced the swap over at Paint & Pastel: here