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sketchbook

1. a book of plain paper containing sketches or for making sketches in
2. a book of literary sketches
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We're excited not only to share Rex Brandt's inspiring sketchbooks on Getty Images, but also to expand the breadth of our collections into the world of fine art.
RAW SKETCHES: Artist Ashley Jackson at work on the moors and a spread from his new book, My Yorkshire Sketchbook
After artists responded to her shower of e-mails asking them to contribute to the publication with specific designs requirements, Sketchbook was born, which spread like wildfire because of its trendy topics.
His daughter continued to live there until about 1986, when she moved to sheltered accommodation in Bootle, prompting her gift to the museum of the six remaining sketchbooks mentioned.
Sketchbooks pulls together an international set of influencers from several fields, from advertising to graphic design, animation to fashion.
My sketchbooks form an important part of my creative process, helping in the refinement of an imagined idea.
Of course, his sketchbooks were based on curiosity and scientific studies, but he did personalize his entries with musings and collectibles.
Poring through Ross's sketchbooks while working on the project, Kidd says he felt like the proverbial "kid in the candy shop.
DOODLES in sketchbooks and scribbles on restaurant napkins are the source of inspiration for artist Martin Ball.
So she went up to her attic and, after leafing through her old sketchbooks, discovered seven drawings of the legendary actor as a young model.
Correspondence with Sir Alec Guinness also features as do drafts of speeches, his sketchbooks, Christmas cards and even bank statements.
A BEAUTIFUL display of works on paper by two of Wales's most celebrated and acclaimed artists, Augustus and Gwen John, offers an insight into their styles and techniques and includes unfinished works and sketchbooks.