Inspirations for Social Drawing and Drawing Places
The Drawing Exchange by Kayle Brandon and Lady Lucy: A social drawing programme.
Creating situations generic cialis where the amateur and the expert, the drawn and the drawer, the traditional drawing class and a night out down the pub, merge and lose their distinction.
Parish Maps Project- by Common Ground
Common Ground works with the arts and environmental fields, linking of nature with culture. They focus upon “the positive investment people can make in their own localities, championing popular democratic involvement, and by inspiring celebration as a starting point for action to improve the quality of our everyday places.”
Drawing Circle by Andy Deck & Valérie Hallier
A group drawing event on Governor’s Island to produce a panoramic visualisation of historic Fort Jay.
Panel Junction by Andy Deck
A graphic novel with shared authorship
Glyphiti by Andy Deck
Collaborative online, real-time drawing software available on the Internet
Patrick Geddes – urban environmentalist and ecologist:
Valley section drawing provided a way to account for the living relationship between humans and their environments between ways of life and the physical geographies of places.
Humphry Repton – 18th century landscape designer.
His famous ‘red books’ depicted landscapes before and after the application of a new landscape design
Flung ink drawings reveal a more speculative approach to landscape representation
Sesshū Tōyō – Haboku (flung ink) Landscape (Tokyo National Museum)