Frequently heard in Ghana these past few weeks, usually when things were not available…or whenever. But it is indeed finished, travelogue–art for the sketchbook project 2013. Sure felt like being back in uni staying up late and working on art till the early hours of the morn. The pages, or go see it when it’s road-tripping.
Two occasions I’m glad I live on this side of the world…a May 31st submission deadline means I still have most of June 1, flying back to north america and arriving a few hours later the same day.
This is what came in the mail a few months ago for the mystery project:
There was a strong monsoon warning that morning so had to find a semi-sheltered place to leave my map. I regretted using a hole punch and not a slot punch after finishing off one side but between report cards and all the other end of school stuff, decided that making a new map would probably not be the wisest of decisions.
Hope whoever came across it is now wearing the love the earth button proudly ; )
Turns out the strangely familiar handwriting on the envelope was my own…a self-addressed one I posted out last month with my work.
Received this lovely piece of art by Kristin Batsel through the Art House Co-op 4×6 exchange.
birds of a feather