- Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: HOW Books; unknown edition (Feb. 28 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 144032025X
- ISBN-13: 978-1440320255
- Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 2 x 20.3 cm
- Shipping Weight: 930 g
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #148,628 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
An Illustrated Journey: Inspiration From the Private Art Journals of Traveling Artists, Illustrators and Designers Paperback – Feb 28 2013
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About the Author
Danny Gregory is the author of several successful books on creativity, including An Illustrated Life, The Creative License, and Everyday Matters. He has a worldwide following of people who are inspired to develop their own creativity through illustrated journaling. He is a managing partner at a leading NY advertising agency and lives in Greenwich Village with his son and two long-haired dachshunds. www.dannygregory.com
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As always, your service was excellent, the book as described, and a great source of inspiration
Nice, big drawings on semi-glossy pages.
Then is the written part... with info about their tools, art travel kit, inspiration, etc...
Its so "crowded" with beauty!!!! :0)
If it was intended for a difference audience/customers ...it should have cost 3 times this price !!! No kidding !!!
By the way they have it at INDIGO & Chapters. Go check for yourself. Its gone glue on your hands :0)
styles. Interesting stories. I refer back to it over and over for inspiration.
This book is somewhat similar to The Art of Urban Sketching. The sketches are all done on location. In this book however, the focus is on the contributors themselves and their thoughts on places and sketching while traveling. The writeup is longer with more depth and you really get to feel their love for sketching.
I really enjoy looking at the beautiful sketches and reading the scribbled notes on the pages. Sketches have the charm and personalities that can't be found from photographs. I guess that's why I love sketchbooks so much.
This is an inspiring sketchbook for travel and art lovers. It's definitely one of my favourite books for 2013.
The artists featured are:
Miguel "Freekhand" Herranz
Ch'ng Kiah Kiean
Steven B. Reddy
I wanted to recommend a few more travel related sketchbooks but realize that there are too many. So instead, I'll post a link to the list on my blog in the comments section below.
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