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Saturday, October 17, 2015

cover - drawing challenge 178









This week's dc,"cover", reminded me of the monoprints
of pieces of  corrugated cardboard I made some times ago.

It's long ago since I've covered a book and the prints seem
to fit well to this sketchbook. I tend to buy sketchbooks
without using them, so it's still empty.
Maybe it will be filled with sand drawings...

To see more "covers", please visit Ariane's site here


9 comments:

Jo Murray said...

So simple.... but it looks fabulous.

Leena said...

That is so clever and beautiful, thank you! Leena

Ariane Reichardt said...

One reason for taking the theme 'cover' has been, that I should read a special book... but the cover is too ugly (for me) so I haven't read it since now.
Dear Eric, I would love to take your book with my hands, wanna touch it, turn it round because of your beautiful cover! Doesn't matter if the pages were empty or not...

Thanks for playing!
xx Ariane

Tammie Lee said...

that makes for a handsome book cover!
quite wonderful.

Seth said...

LOVE this cover!

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ said...

sand drawings! i wonder!!
this notebook is sweetly covered though, i have itchy fingers from here to crank open that book, after i've fully digested its promising cover...! n♥

Barbara Böttcher said...

I like it a lot! Its so simple clean and yet very attractive with its reduced palette and form, you could fill the sketchbook with lots of cardboard sketches...
barbara bee

Veronica Roth said...

I once did that! I once covered about 200 books in my library with beautiful paper just to have something lovely to look at. It was terribly impractical though, because I never knew which book was what. Now this is a much better idea. Sketchbooks don't need titles. Love this idea and love that print.

likeschocolate said...

I love the clean simple design! It works!

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