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3/27/2014
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Drawing April: A Home
Office Doodlefest

In honor of our April catalog shoot at the Brooklyn Art Library, we decided to… >

Drawing April: A Home Office Doodlefest

The Brooklyn Art Library, where we shot part of our April catalog, is home to The Sketchbook Project, an amazingly huge collection of artists books, crowd-sourced from around the world. How cool, right? It gets better: contributors to the artistic undertaking will have their books displayed not only at the Brooklyn Art Library but also at museums and galleries across North America, once the mobile library hits the road next summer. In that spirit, we decided to throw a sketch party of our own here at the Home Office. We asked three of our favorite doodleistas to create an off-the-cuff work of art around the theme April. We hope the results inspire you to sharpen your pencils, dust off your paintbrushes and create a spring masterpiece!

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    “Wouldn’t it be fun if all the colors dripped from your umbrella on a rainy day?”

                                           —Lauren W., retail visual merchandising manager



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                “This is an Italian phrase that translates to April sweet sleeping.”

                                         —Margherita U., catalog production designer



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“This is a $4 watercolor set and it’s my absolute favorite. Any time I see one I snatch it up because they’re hard to find.”

                                                   —Lauren W., retail visual merchandising manager


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“I love collage as a medium because it lets the materials speak for themselves. I tend to keep things abstract—perhaps a vague sense of terrain, a hint of horizon, but nothing too literal.”

                                                                  —Audrey R.,  junior graphic designer



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   “I’m excited for spring to come because it brings a lot of good light for drawing.”

                                                      —Margherita U., catalog production designer

 

 

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