Indeed, while the show's aggregated cast of characters--goofy animals, aliens, and monsters jostling with mansions, dishes, and smart cars--mirrored the searched, cut, and, pasted collages of the Web, Body by Body's practice is as much sketch-book
as Internet-based; the sculptural forms on display were less ends in themselves than substrates for the bountiful garbage/gold of their drawings.
This was followed among others by A Naturalist's Sketch-Book
(1919); British Mammals (1920) and Game Birds and Wild Fowl of Great Britain and Ireland (1923).
Layers, text, colors and a gallery are also part of Sketch-Book
Additionally, Slovak Telekom is operating a donation campaign to help deaf entrepreneurs, under whom the public can draw in an online sketch-book
and the operator's corporate responsibility foundation will donate EUR 1 per each drawing.
The first incarnation of the book was a hand-drawn, sketch-book
given to his daughter as a fifth birthday gift to teach her prime numbers.
In particular I was taken by his 15-minute sketch-book
episodes from 1955, with anecdotes, memories and a topical debates on subjects as salient to today's world as they were to the world of the 1950s.
In other words, over the years Jones was filling in many empty pages in his sketch-book
It's far more than just a sketch-book
, though, and deserves more frequent performance, perhaps with a health-warning over its leaden, cloying libretto.