Tuesday, September 9, 2008

clutter


thank goodness for doodling... it moves the clutter to a much safer place :)

25 comments:

Shugar said...

hehe, oh yes, that is so right! :)
nice one!

meryl's musings said...

Great doodle!
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daisy janie : scoutie girl said...

what happens when you have too many lists of things written down and THEY become the clutter?

linda sarah said...

I love this - and it's so true!! Beautiful dancing words:-)

Bella Sinclair said...

...and I keep clutter in my head to keep out all the thoughts that really need my attention.

Great clutter doodle. Wahoooo!

see you there! said...

I tried to twist around enough to read every word. You have some interesting clutter.

Darla

NANCY LEFKO said...

great idea....well done !

SÉARLAIT said...

i like it!

Christy said...

The black and red is really nice.

soulbrush said...

and you say you're not patient....what? man oh man this is patience personified! hugs.

please sir said...

Haha - so true - I need to start doodling and get some clutter out!!

Kelly C. said...

LOVE this. you are so right, too. get it all onto the paper and out of the head. good stuff!

jess gonacha said...

how true that is. :) another great one, aimee! (And yes, i have a BFA... although, sometimes i feel like i have to unlearn a lot of things i learned in school to try to make the kind of work that i want to make!)

♥ Tiny Red said...

absolutely! :)

aimee said...

WOW!! so cool to walk in the door to all these great thoughts! i have to say this was such a mind clearing exercise... i'm going to do it again sometime!

hrsj said...

yes! that is so true!
do you feel if you don't get them out your brain may explode? that's how i feel.

i almost carried granola downtown with me this afternoon, in the instance that i may bump into you :)

Megan Coyle said...

so true.

and I like the design of this--the bold, red letters amid the "clutter" of curvy words

Scatterbrain Tal said...

pfff..that must have been really good to let it all out.
I can relate to that in every aspect.
I don't even want to think what we would have done without the art, creative scribbles and expressing our mind like this!

Nicky Linzey said...

I really agree with that sentiment. But how great, you get rid of the clutter & end up with a great illustration!

ambika said...

I try to remember to do this and then the need to make a list just gets added to my mental list!

lisa {milkshake} said...

Awesome! I put clutter in my house ;)

e.beck.artist said...

i adore the concept of this doodle!

stangy said...

ahh - great handling of the topic this week!

peggy said...

Wonderful take on this subject!! Beautifully done too.

tori said...

dude! this is perfect.