Trust Sketchbook: The Beginning of the End?

I’m the first to admit that i am not always great at finishing things. But i’ve been recognising recently that i have too many ‘open’ projects, and more that i want to start… so i’m making myself do some ‘finishing’, starting by finishing the Trust Sketchbook: this is a project i started more than six months ago, and promised to finish by Christmas… so time is up!

The Trust Sketchbook

The Trust Sketchbook is intended to be a practical tool: a guided, reflective, and graffiti led journey through the Landscape of Trust research. Where the ‘proper’ writing uses data and interpretation, the Trust Sketchbook is intended to create space for reflection, drawing, scribbling, and mistakes.

What has caused me to delay so far? If i’m honest, two things: firstly, from the start i have been unsure of my ability to write and draw it well enough, and secondly, it’s just taken far more time than i expected. But yesterday, and today, i completed two thirds of what remains. I reckon i only have around four hours work to go, and aim to finish it this weekend. So watch this space, and if you have been waiting for this to land… hold out a little longer, as i start to look at production!

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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