Moleskine Art: collected works

by | Jun 18, 2010 | ART

Displaying art whose origin is within a notebook seems almost contradictory; if the intent was display, wouldn’t the work have been produced on canvas, large paper, or any medium that isn’t designed to be closed and sealed? Perhaps that’s the appeal of these works; I feel as if I’m privy to something that might not have been meant to be seen by the masses. These images work with a medium easily, both conforming and breaking standards. Also, Moleskine journals are fantastic, I have several. Found on Glibert Musings.




Displaying art whose origin is within a notebook seems almost contradictory; if the intent was display, wouldn’t the work have been produced on canvas, large paper, or any medium that isn’t designed to be closed and sealed? Perhaps that’s the appeal of these works; I feel as if I’m privy to something that might not have been meant to be seen by the masses. These images work with a medium easily, both conforming and breaking standards. Also, Moleskine journals are fantastic, I have several. Found on Glibert Musings.








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