Instruction Manual


Came across this  Thames and Hudson sketchbook  or doodlebook in Foyles.  I like the
tacit  understanding that it’s hard to know where to start  to sketch,
that a blank canvas requires you  think not unlike the paradox of choice
when faced with near unlimited possibilities to consume.  But sometimes
you just want to be given a brief, a task, a defined thing to do [crossword puzzle etc.], a
curated set of things from which to choose or work from. From there creative things can happen. Anyway, a simple way to redefine a practice and a product by simply changing the proposition from a noun to a verb, from a description to an instruction.


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