This book is a reproduction of thousands of graphic images from a single sketchbook, drawn over the course of twenty-seven years. As a way to challenge the approach of drawing what is in front of the artist, these freehand sketches are a collection of images from imagination and memory. What started as an exercise to break out of a design block, these images began on a single sheet and then became a visual journey and exploration of landscapes, everyday items, architecture, abstracts and compositions. Like the original sketchbook, Random Imaginations
is a visual catalogue of countless subjects and visions, to be used as discovery, inspiration, or just casual viewing. The idea was to publish a reproduction of a sketchbook of drawings that can be used as a visual resource and inspiration - a companion book rather than being a 'how to' or instructional book. It is like a photo album of freehand drawn images and is meant to be an enjoyable book to have by your side.