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Alphabetical order Most sources are so familiar to us that one name suffices My Favorites Among The favorites among the two page spreads Clara Barton on a plain nvelope sketched the logo name suffices My favorites among the hundred two page spreads Clara Barton on a plain Development Concept Plan For The Williamsport Area Chesapeake And Ohio C envelope sketched the logo the Red Cross based on the Swiss flag Einstein in a letter to his son illustrated a dolphin leaping out of the Atlantic during a cruise Eisenhower doodled on a White House agenda Al Hirschfeld on a New Year s greeting card drew his ten week old daughter in the style of mother and daughter Edward Hopper illustrated a letter from Cape Cod with a lighthouse drawing that anticipates a canvas of his Chico and Harpo signed an autograph book with a uickly drawn harp by Harpo Mo. Ast of characters from whose archives they've been collected over the years Organized alphabetically with a range of influential names from William Burroughs to Mark Twain the book is a voyeur's treasure trove of thephemeral in which cultural icons reveal their own preoccupations passions plans and distractions in the marginalia of their daily correspondence A satirical sketch by Marc Chagall sits beside a uick self by Charlie Chaplin; a drawing on a As a fellow doodler Opened up a vista of possible ways to xpress uniue of possible ways to xpress my uniue in novel yet attainable waysOpened me up to new possibilitiesA very wide range Fun This book gives us a personal and tactile connection to people of history and culture through their jottings and drawings Todd Schulson the father of the author s began an autograph business in the late seventies on Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side making deals while blasting the Chambers Brothers and the Paul Butterfield Band The collection grounded him As the business grew he Kept Sketches Doodles And sketches doodles and that he would not sell That archive supplied this book organized in. Sketches drawings and scribbles from the private letters and notebooks of some of the greatest names in history notable figures in art and literature fashion and film revealing that Revista Archeologica E Historica 1887 Vol 1 even the most influential minds have doodled their time awayFrom the firstver sketch of the Red Cross logo by its founder Clara Barton to a cartoon scrawled on a love letter from Charles Bukowski the objects in this fascinating collection are a perfect reflection of the clectic and storied

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Net wrote in pencil to his art supplier ordering a dozen flat brushes of good uality with a sketch of the brush he wanted Mark Twain illustrated a place card with a drawing of wanted Mark Twain illustrated a place card with a drawing of scaping from or arriving at the whale John Updike thought that he would become a cartoonist after Harvard Here we see a birthday card by him for someone who turns a hundred with a hundred candles on the cake ueen Victoria as a teenager made pencil drawings of horses and donkeys Later she used water colors Thornton Wilder signed a note in red pencil after correcting ighty papers while TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IN THE EARLY at the university of Chicago in the arly Overall a fun Sunday rom. Ollar bill by Joan Miro follows the first ver idle iteration of Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren; and a hasty drawing by Andy Warhol precedes a sketch of Falstaff on a hotel notepad by Orson WellesA treat for lovers of the analog in the digital age and reproduced beautifully on uncoated paper to come as close as possible to the texture of the originals Scrawl close as possible to the texture of the originals Scrawl high and low art and science history and literature youth and age with the universal truth of doodli. ,

Scrawl AUTHOR Caren Strauss-Schulson