The Journal as Art: 10 Awesome examples to fire up your sketchbook

The Journal as Art: 10 Awesome examples to fire up your sketchbook

Visual journals are created in a secret language of symbols. Intentional or not, they are private maps only their makers can follow.

BY BEA MARTIN

 

Visual journals may provide stronger records of the cultural milieu in which they were created than their purely written counterparts. Rather than describing the stuff of the day, they are often made from it.

Luke Pearson
Stephanie Bower
Hannah Hinchman
Jorge Luis Miraldo
artintheheart
Sophie Binder
Saida Heynickx
Steven Holl


 

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