Fill in the Blank: An Inspirational Sketchbook

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With more than 100 different spreads to envision, design, and draw, Fill in the Blank invites you to create new houses, cars, skyscrapers, cereal boxes, wine labels, roller coasters, topiary, and much, much more! Part doodling book, part sketchbook, and part design-inspiration workbook, Fill in the Blank offers everything you need to jump-start your imagination. Want to design a tattoo? Here’s a body. Want to build a new castle on a cliffside? Here’s the landscape. These exercises are guaranteed to make you think...

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Overview

With more than 100 different spreads to envision, design, and draw, Fill in the Blank invites you to create new houses, cars, skyscrapers, cereal boxes, wine labels, roller coasters, topiary, and much, much more! Part doodling book, part sketchbook, and part design-inspiration workbook, Fill in the Blank offers everything you need to jump-start your imagination. Want to design a tattoo? Here’s a body. Want to build a new castle on a cliffside? Here’s the landscape. These exercises are guaranteed to make you think outside the box. Inspirational and fun for all ages, Fill in the Blank makes a wonderful gift for creative thinkers of all colors and stripes. 

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“Innovative riff on the classic sketchbook.”—Jezebel Magazine
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594745805
  • Publisher: Quirk Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/14/2012
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 431,529
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Vahram Muratyan and Elodie Chaillous are founders of ViiiZ, an art direction and graphic design studio created in 2005 in Paris. They graduated from the acclaimed Parisian design school ESAG-Penninghen.   

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  • Posted August 16, 2012

    So many fun possibilities!

    Usually drawing inside books is a no-no, but Fill in the Blank actually encourages it! It is perfect for doodlers or even to help remedy a case of artist’s block. Fill in the Blank does the brainstorming for you, which made it easy for me to just focus on creating. I really liked how it got me thinking, not only about art, but also about my personal point of view and preferences.

    The pages are set up with large text at the top that explains the scenario and then smaller text underneath gives the drawing prompt. Then you get to make it your own by drawing on the pictures that are set up to enable you to easily express yourself. Some examples are a two page spread of “YOU ARE AN ARTIST, create your biggest work yet”, which is quite an intriguing thought, or “YOU ARE SURPRISED, knock, knock, who’s there?” with four open doors. Who knows, it could be the boogeyman (however unlikely) or a guy delivering flowers!

    The ideas range from the humorous: “YOU ARE A CONTROL FREAK, write crazy memos” to my personal fave: “YOU ARE AN ASTRONOMER, connect the stars and create new constellations”. The more I drew in Fill in the Blank, the more excited I got about this avenue of expression, so many fun possibilities!

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