Art News Blog. Then I saw a reference to knitted graffiti- Jafabrit and friends wrapped a street sign pole in lovely knitted stuff. There was an accident, and the city had to replace the pole, and they moved the art onto the new one. Amazingly groovy.)
My coworkers got me a gift card for art supplies, and I found two perfect sketchpads. I picked up a thick watercolor paper pad for the daily sketch cards and a small spiralbound sketchbook to carry everyday. (An old habit I'm rekindling.) The book is 100% post consumer recylced as well as made with wind energy. Who knew? It was $4.99 at Michael's. I also bought three thicknesses of Pigma Micron pens for the doodles. I'm going to make up a little kit with pens, pre-measured paper, and drawing board so all my junk is easy to carry to bed, couch, studio, wherever- a sketch a day, no excuses.