Thursday, December 18, 2008
My handbag bends the laws of physics
My contribution to Anna-Denise's "What's in my bag" moleskine. This is a representative example, not a comprehensive survey (also, not entirely to scale), but I would like to state - for the record - that yes, I do currently have a sonic screwdriver and a furnishing needle in my handbag :). The "Open other end" label is the sticker on the back of my every-day moleskine (I put stickers on them to tell them apart, but I try to scavenge them wherever possible - this was from Reverse Garbage, an offcut store). One of the stamps is from the envelope the book came in. The Melbourne stamp was floating loose in my wallet - I keep them in there in case I am filled with an uncontrollable urge to send postcards, but for the record am from Brisbane, although I have been to Melbourne.
The flickr page is here and you can see it larger here.
I was worried I wasn't going to be able to get sketchbooks and other projects done, so I took this one to work yesterday and worked on it in Starbucks on the way to work and for a few minutes after I finished. I don't have a pencil case in my handbag at the moment, so it was drawn straight on with markers which was probably a character-building experience.