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A Traveling Library Of Travelogues By YOU

September 4, 2012 by JJ in Art & Design with 0 Comments


A good excuse for a road trip and a fantastic reason to turn your travel journal into a traveling art piece. Create a memoir, travelogue, or just about anything you dream up and fill the spaces of your 32-page, custom crafted, sketchbook.

Then bid your masterpiece farewell as it sets sail on a road trip of its own. Your book will travel from Brooklyn to Austin for SXSW, then Atlanta, Toronto, Chicago, on to Portland with the last stop being San Francisco.

The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants from all walks of life are sent a sketchbook and have until January 15th to fill the pages and return it for inclusion in a traveling exhibition and permanent collection at The Brooklyn Art Library. Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can participate in the project.

Image Credit: Art House Co-op, “The Sketchbook Project; 2012” Title, “Jackrabbit Stew” from “Travel With Me: From the Garden of Eden to Salvation Mountain” Artist, Erika Nelson.

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