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Detour - the Moleskine City Notebook Experience

Some of the most amazing inspirations comes from sketchbooks. The raw ideas conveyed, coupled with the intimate experience of looking at other people’s notebooks is very satisfying.

Abigail Hunt trained at Loughborough University School of Art and Design and now lives and works in London. Her work often uses text and books and relies on the need for repetitive process, yet continually questions notions of finite detail and artistic integrity. Recent pieces have seen whole books cut meticulously into fine strips and others, hand cut into delicate patterns.

Chris Dent is an illustrator fascinated by city environments. He uses a range of intricate mark making, creating energetic visions of city life. Chris recently graduated from Camberwell College of Arts where he gained a BA in Illustration. Chris is the co-founder of a new collective called HYBRID BUNNY – a group of illustrators and designers which is responsible for, a project for all illustration students at Camberwell College of Arts to show off their portfolios.

Detour, is an exhibition of 70 illustrated Moleskine notebooks. This unique show took place at four separate sites - making a path through central London, in 9-22 October 2006. Curated by Raffaella Guidobono, the notebooks’ authors kindly participated to the Detour exhibition supporting lettera 27. lettera 27 is a nonprofit foundation encouraging the right to literacy, education, and access to knowledge and information.

For more information, visit Detour, Moleskine and lettera27.

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