Wednesday, April 7, 2010

A Moleskine Musing ...

Well, what do you think?

9 comments:

Sarah said...

I am not sure-I need time to decide! I quite often think that in my case, less is more just doesn't apply. More is more I say!

oneartistjournal said...

You just feel it...when more becomes too much...
Like your Moleskin pages...I like the combination of the brown rough paper with raw writing on it along with these fine black line work, it works, it's not less and it's not too much, it's just right....(:
XOXOrly

frayedattheedge said...

I think the more becomes too much when you get obsessed with the less (does that make sense?)

Linda Sue said...

Too much is never enough...unless it kills you, then you know!
I do likey so much the art you have done!I almost like it to much but it has not killed me yet...
when is that thing going to arrive? do you suppose the bandits took it?

Leenie said...

Nice drawing! Great question. I have said, "Sometimes less is more. Sometimes more is not enough, and sometimes more is just...more." Never said it so artistically with the rustic-ness of brown paper.

Lana May said...

If more lessness means losing your muchness then more lessness is too much ie. it's time to get your muchness back!

x from Lana May (or was it The Mad Hatter?)

aimee said...

well, how is that for a riddle! i wonder what it means if one does zero - how does that fit into the equation? oh,,, it's hurting my brain...

L'Atelier said...

hmmm- i am thinking....


well still thinking



ahm- i need a coffee so my brain starts actually working

Blahdiblah said...

Wonderful food for thought!!!! Thanks A-M x L