Monday, October 12, 2009

Samantha's Circus



Really dragging my feet on this one, seems like the moleskine world is in a lethargic slump.  And Im part of the problem. 
 But no more!  
Samantha's moleskine seems to be one of the most cohesive Ive ever had my hands on.  It feels like a story is underneath it all, a narrative pushing along throughout.  At first I wanted to have the three main characters from Fellini's La Strada as my entries, but that just didnt come together.  And instead, we went to the circus on the edge of the mind.  I hope it works, I think it both hit and it missed.






8 comments:

Lisa Cheney-Jorgensen (rightside) said...

How awesome is this????? I LOVE each page!!!

benconservato said...

Indeed! Very, very awesome! I want to see all of the entries in Samantha's book in the flesh so badly!

Lynne said...

fabulous pages!!!

Jan Allsopp said...

Wonderful! I can't wait to see this book too!

yellbroad said...

Great pages! it's nice to see the books on movement :)

szaza said...

Oh my goodness! Thank you so much— I LOVE it! Wow! You made my day, truly, and have brought some hope back. I have some missing mollies out there, and this just restored some joy and faith. Gorgeous, gorgeous.

Burger Raff said...

Great to hear all the good words, Szaza, I just saw the saga of your lost and found moleskines, glad to be a positive factor in all of that.

Lynne said...

these are great pages....a wonderful book altogether.

szaza I am glad that you have had a little success in getting back molys, and you know how bad we feel when they are lost, so could you please tell me if my book is safe with you?