If the eyes are windows to our soul, then notebooks are like browsing the pages of our minds. Not intended for public viewing, they reflect our thought process—ideas captured as they were created, rough and unpolished.
The Atlantic recently did a piece examining the notebooks of influential people from Milton Glaser to Meriwether Lewis, but with a focus on graphic designers and street artists. The pages, full of sketches ranging from quick doodles to fine art, provide a glimpse into their minds and the creative process.
What are you creating? We’d love to see your latest doodle.