So, I've gone and started yet another Moleskine. This is a kind of travel one. That's four different themed ones that I have on the go now. 'Cos, you know, I don't have anything else to do (that's sarcasm, I have SO much on). I know that it's just another avoidance tactic. I am conscious.
Still, at least I'm drawing. You can click on the drawings if you would like to read the text. Although I don't recommend you do. All this stuff is written in the early hours of the morning. The spelling, punctuation and grammar is shocking. But more than that, I always sound rather unhinged.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
where were you when we were getting high?
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 11:49 PM
Labels: John Lennon, lyrics, moleskine, Oasis, the Beatles, travel moleskine
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**we all live in a yellow submarine**......cool start to your new book...I love your art!
What happened to the post with the inside cover? I loved that rambling about bringing something home from a trip that becomes a part of your life. I think that it's a great way to remember those special experiences (except for Egypt in your case).
this is super cute!
I like it, but I'm sure my husband will like it better (he's a Beatles fan)...
Champagne supernova is gonna be stuck in my head all night :-)
i love the idea of themed sketchbooks, i've tried but rarely succeed with staying on course. your work is always a pleasure to view, and i love your rambling!
I love when you blog in your moleskines! We get a look into your thoughts of a particular drawing or event ... it's a fun journey you take us on, regardless of a trip down memory lane or a look at your multiple collections. :) Hmm, I wonder where to next?
I like your page. For a beader's take on the yellow submarine check out The Lone Beaders blog here and her finished piece here.I think you might enjoy her work and blog.
Your art is like a warm soft blanket, I have had a pants day in Preston, come home and log on and all is well in the world. It makes me smile and envious, so wish I could do it as well as you. Love it!
Oh, I love the Beatles! Was a young teeny-bopper when they came to the US and were on Ed Sullivan. We all had posters on our lockers. Funny! Love your drawings!! :)
all you need is love
so, to resume, u gt messy house, wear funny passed out shoes and u'r drugged. i'm really curious to see u'r next release..
have a peep to jeanne verdoux draws:
sure she gt trendy shoes! dt ask for quotat° u'll draw a rope.
I hardly think that they ALL lived in that yellow submarine. I can't imagine what the smell would be like.
Another nice piece of art work Andrea. How does one get in on this traveling moleskin fun?
Matt, I didn't like the drawing. The ramblings were ok, but the drawing let it down.
Freebird and G, GREAT links. I loved them both.
Goodness -- so i spent most of the day with "All Together Now" by the Beatles stuck in my head. And here it is -- the album it is from.
What a beautiful spread, Andrea.
Oh, and I heard John Lennon's version of "Stand By Me" this morning in a store. I had not heard it in years. It felt great.
Andrea, I can completely understand how you feel when you see something that you must have. It always happens to me, especially with art books and music... I see a cool image or I hear a cool song and that's it, I'm done! Great drawing as always!
Ohh, I love this!
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