And I am not a scrapbook maker / user. Scrapbook people are making memory / photo albums using all kind of 'icons', to brighten up their pages. The assignment was to create a vintage correspondence themed scrapbook collection, which incorporates clocks.
As usual on Monday we first got a theme to draw, which were vintage clocks this week. So I googled and drew some of the gathered material.
On Wednesday we received the assignment. To create a scrapbook collection, not only using vintage clocks, but it also had to be a correspondence themed collection... This was a bit confusing at first. What have clocks to do with correspondence?
I first wrote down some associations with time. Such as: quality time, creating time, timeless, no time, anytime, as times go by, summertime, time flies, tea-time, coffee-time, bed-time, spare time, slow down, time for change, take your time, present time...
I didn't think a lot about it, but began to draw. I started with this meditation girl:
Meditation has everything to do with time and timelessness. My first association with quality time.
I also began to draw some icons with the correspondence theme. As I was busy drawing and putting the icons in one file, the two themes surprisingly came together very well.
I show you some of my drawings / icons a bit bigger, so you can see them better.
I loved these envelope parade I made:
And ofcourse I also drew some pigeon carriers. Nice to see how he is also associated with time. No quick e-mails, but a pigeon who has to fly all the way to bring the post, which takes time...
I may be new to this Market, but I loved the assignment! It was quite a challenge to fit all the icons into a nice composition. I'm happy with the result. I posted on Flickr a bigger version of the assignment.What you think of it?
Next week we gonna look to the editorial market. Also interesting. Will be continued!