Friday, April 11, 2008

inter-continental mail is fun

My Moleskine has officially made it's trek across the Atlantic Ocean and now safely resides in the hands of Andrea Joseph! I didn't get a chance to scan my drawings before bidding the sketchbook adieu, so I'm happy that Andrea has taken many lovely photos. Hey Andrea, can you come photograph all my work? Please?
Once again, I am thrilled to be in the company of such talents and I simply can't wait to see what comes next for Madame Moleskine.

7 comments:

Diana said...

awesome - sounds like a great idea!

africantapestry said...

Suzanne, I love both your and Andrea's books...so nice to see your works on the page...looks beautiful!
Which moleskine are these, it looks great.. I only have the traditional one...the one for watercolour? I saw it(like yours) on her blog too, did you refill them? sorry if you've explained it somewhere earlier, I must've missed it then.
ronell

suzanne said...

Hi Ronell-

Great question. These are Japanese Accordian Moleskines. I wasn't familiar with them before becoming a part of this group either as they don't sell them near where I live. I purchased mine through Moleskine.com.

petescully said...

i saw these, they are looking pretty awesome already. I bet they'll all be fun when they're finished.

Anita Davies said...

Looking great Suzanne.

Question: How did you get the moley banner made?
I'm thinking of maybe doing a small exchange like this myself.
Thanks!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Phew, Suzanne. I was just thinking, today, that I should probably have got your permission to post these. I take it it's ok?

I can't tell you how exciting it was to get this in the post. I guess you know the feeling though, from recieving Miguel's book. BTW, have you started drawing in it yet?

Cool beans.

suzanne said...

Hi Anita-

I wish I could answer your question about the Moleskine banner...but I am not the one responsible for it! I believe France was the first to have it, though I'm not sure if she designed it or not...