Further to my recent post on napkins, I have just returned from the Bologna bookfair, where collaborative drawing happened in a grand number of ways, including this three-napkin bonanza by Elena, Becky, Caroline, Emily and me in Bar 51 (click to see it bigger).
We also drew on placemats and on giant paper on the side of our stand at the fair, and we played a stunning game of telephone pictionary which I hope to share at some point.
In other news, I met hundreds of beautiful books and several beautiful ice creams; I also had an altercation with a wheelie-suitcase on the way to meet a publisher, which resulted in a split lip and an afternoon spent in hospital on a sugar drip. Many lovely Cambridge people looked after me and I am getting less scabby every day.
Oh and here is the suitcase I took (and didn’t trip anyone up with):
Oh dear I started playing online telephone pictionary again, as you can see it is a great use of my time, really advancing my skills and refining my visual language, whilst helping me develop a thesis for my dissertation.
ROAR! Said the angry mastermind duck, and all the other animals were terrified by this well thought out phrase:
You can see the full strip if you like. The only thing is I think most people on the site are American – do they have Mastermind there?
Should I deliver this box? or go dancing? or even swimming?
See the full strip.
Look, a website – can you imagine? I am putting persons and llamas and the like inside it. Meanwhile, I am trying not to play too much online telephone pictionary. However, here is a picture to illustrate “Confusion ensued when Bob announced at the picnic that he was, in fact, a kittenarian.”