In this post I’m adding even more sample pages from my scrapbook, the previous postings of which can be found here and there. There is only one copy of the scrapbook so I like to think of it as another constructed artist book of mine. It contains images of other people’s work that I admire along with some assorted memorabilia of my own. These are images that I have collected and arranged, and in some cases, altered.
A Japanese anime magazine with an emphasis on the profiling of new work. One of the first Japanese words I learned from hearing it so often on TV was atarashi, meaning new.
Lex Luthor discovers his artistic side and has fun with paint.
Mixed Bag, from Nara and Mizuki to Van Gogh. I like the idea of using notebooks as well as some of the forgotten images you can find in them.
Baseball cover for Peanuts collection with Schulz’s wonderful criss-cross ink-line representation of grass.
Sports page-Formula One and Football.
Some Kamishibai cards.
San Francisco, sand and sea-the postcard is Californian but the beach is Australian.
Manga Bat Wing and monster on painted sea page. The comics panel is from a Japanese version of Batman.
Eisenstein with cats and dog and mouse-Krazy, Mickey and Norakuro.