SKETCHBOOKS

Design Thinking+Process+Absurdity

I began keeping bound sketchbooks as a first year design student in 1990.

I hated how the spiral-bound books got bent out of shape and lost their pages, and committed to a hard-bound Canson book that I could carry everywhere.

I finish one every year or so.

They are my journal, my playground, my meditation, my laboratory. 

(And of course, there's the Legendary Missing Sketchbook #4.)