“A sketchbook,” Pep Carrió has said, “is like a kind of portable laboratory …a memory warehouse.”
In 2007 the Spanish artist and graphic designer set himself the challenge of creating a different image each day.
His Moleskine diary soon became “an essential companion” and his drawings and collages – doodled,he explains,
“during telephone calls, at work, on the bus, at home, in a hotel,
without a fixed idea or style” – present a daily inventory of his moods and thoughts.
In this laboratory of ideas he has “the freedom to experiment,”
he says, “with no fear of failure … Anything goes.”