warrenellis + notebooks   9

The shape of your notes – Aitor García Rey
"During the following months I fall in love with the idea of creating a series of notebooks using real, nice maps for its design. I wanted to keep the abstract beauty of the contour lines but, at the same time, respect the old tradition for accuracy that cartography has, without incurring in an incredibly time-consuming process."
design  maps  notebooks 
september 2014 by warrenellis
Joe's Place - notebooks
"I have a couple of dozen other (larger) notebooks full of writing; for many years that's been the first stage of any serious piece of fiction.  But this pile of Moleskines is a chronological miscellanea.  A lot of notes about the books I'm working on.  Lots of unrelated lecture notes and research.  Pages of equations and library work.

'Probably kind of rare.  Most writers use computers for this kind of thing nowadays, and I do have megabytes of that stuff.  But a fountain pen on paper is more real and more pleasing – and longer-lasting, I think.  I've never had a page of handwriting disappear at the wrong stroke of a key."
march 2014 by warrenellis
dOCUMENTA (13)’s 100 Notes – 100 Thoughts // Alejandro Jodorowsky
"The contents being a reproduction of a notebook that, despite the impeccably lettered cover, has nothing to do with the aborted Dune film project. Instead its pages are full of Jodorowsky’s obsession with the Tarot de Marseille. This obsession lasted decades and may offer you at least a partial answer to the question “what has he been doing for the last 30 years?”. In fact Jodorowsky maintained an interest in this centuries old Tarot deck, finally releasing an edition based on his research in 1998 with Philippe Camion."
writing  notebooks 
may 2013 by warrenellis

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