Inspiration: Art

I Read Hieroglyphics

by Lisa Currie 1

I Read Hieroglyphics | Doodlers Anonymous

I'm always looking for new ways to keep motivated, but so many getting-it-done tools are designed by left-brainers who love nothing more than neat columns, navy blue, and a suffocating spew of symmetrical lines. Not to mention a lack of margin for doodling!

Right-brainers unite, and share some of your visual thinking tools for getting shit done. The visual to-do list up top is one of my favourites, by the lovely Renmeleon. And the Chronotebook pictured below is just pure genius. Read more about this line-free, right-brainer notebook on Jack Cheng's blog. All that clean white space makes my fingers giddy.

Lisa Currie

We all enjoy a bit of a doodle! That's why we're here. Or maybe you got lost and were searching for a whole other kind of doodle... uh oh. Anyway, hello! My name's Lisa. I'm author of The Scribble Diary, a doodling book to inspire self-reflection. Also my new book is ME, YOU, US to fill out with your friends! Come find me on instagram @scribblediary

Comments

  1. Both very intriguing! Thanks for posting.

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