Okay, I’ll bite. I don’t see a picture. What did you buy? Something fun, I hope. A new treasure, perhaps? I hope whatever it is gives you joy. I really appreciate your blog, Keri. It makes me think on a whole different level, which is a very good thing. Thank you for sharing your thoughts!
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Hi Keri! I’m Lemai. I just love your books. When my dad got me a Wreck-This-Journal for Christmas, I fell in love with it in like 2 seconds. I also love your sense in being daring. It’s really cool that your are so creative to make these books.
Keri – rocks! :-)
Hello Keri, I used to read your blog years ago and enjoyed your illustrations and thoughts.
Are you still an Artist? What do you create these days? Is there any visual stuff from your hand we can see somewhere nowadays?
Clever, I think we’re on a similar page re: info overload, multi-tasking, people having dinner while looking at their cell phones,branding, consumer/consumptive culture and the like…Rebecca Solnitt Field Guide to Getting Lost is on my to read list, just finished Derrick Jensen’s A Language Older than Words…and watching God Grew Tired of Us about the lost Boys of Sudan was another mind opener for me…
Ha! This is awesome :)
LOL! This is so epic. I would also buy that! :D
She bought the page to her own book. Fantastic. I found the link if you want to look.
It is such a pity you don’t illustrate anymore!
Hello Keri! I bought your book over the weekend and began wrecking my journal today. It’s possibly the most genius book I’ve ever purchased and will pay for itself 1000s of times over in terms of opening up my creative mind for life and for work. Genius. I bought one for a friend, but I can see myself buying one for all of my friends. Did I mention genius? Thank you!!!
I illustrate my own works, just not other people’s. I’m perfectly happy with that!