Unseen krapbook

Krapbook (definition): A sketchbook you use to [re]explore certain territories. Usually unseen by others, this book is used to work outside of comfort zones, shedding any fear of the crap that will accumulate within that is a result of trying to adapt to unfamiliar thought—which in my case is economic visual storytelling.

Almost through with this book. From here on out I plan to apply my decisions to formal compositions that relate to people, place, or narrative—my fear though is that I'll lose everything I've come to know in the process.

The funny scribbles and drawings throughout are my three kids (ages 11, 8 & 3) who have ample access to this book. Their little scribbles and drawings are insightful and welcomed inspiration.

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