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Friday, April 1, 2016
Looking for a Summer Project? Just a cool thing to do? Consider THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT
The Sketchbook Project is the world's largest library of artists' books, crowd-
sourced from every corner of the globe. The project is changing the way
creative people share their work while creating a worldwide community re-
source. By getting a sketchbook, you are joining the movement, adding your
voice and becoming part of something huge. Draw, write, collage, cut, print,
photograph - It starts with an idea.
Your sketchbook will automatically join the perma-
nent collection in Brooklyn, NY. Your book will only be available to view
in person in our permanent and traveling libraries.
By joining the Digital Library, your book will be
professionally scanned and added to our online archive, in addition to travel-
ing with our Mobile Library and joining our physical space Brooklyn Art
Library in Brooklyn, NY. You will receive a custom URL to your sketch-
book, where people can favorite your book, add it to a collection, and save
it for viewing later. Digitizing is generally done before books go on tour.
Themes are just suggested starting points! Please feel free to
and create your book using your own style. Don’t feel
restricted by the
themes provided! You will select your theme
when you connect your
book! Feel free to start brainstorming.
Distance From Origin | Arms and Legs | Repeat Pattern |
Interesting Things | Clasp my Hands |
This Interesting Person | Color Spectrum
A Story Worth
Telling | Home | Guidebook to the Past | Guidebook to t
he Future | The Woods | In We Go | Long Stories, Short |
Cats and Dogs | Trains and Planes |
Characters | Half and Half
Full rules are
By submitting your sketchbook to the collection, you are
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