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Keel's Simple Diary Vol. I (Red): The Cloverleaf Edition
by Philipp Keel
In a world where products are out as soon as they are in, where communicating without wires doesn't come without strings, where even our accessories require accessories, we need simple tools. Keel's Simple Diary helps us look inside even when we are overloaded outside. The book offers structure for those who don't have time to wonder, making it easy to record life's moment ...more
Flexibound, 136 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Taschen
(first published 2009)
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Finally finished the last pages today ("The Listen Lesson") after leaving the diary collecting dust in a corner of my bedroom for over a year. It was interesting reading back what I filled out during a weird period in my life... 2 weeks after I started the diary (full of hope & enthousiasm) I got seriously ill and had to stay home for months (tediousness). After finally returning to work I got into a funk. I'd already forgotten about a lot of this but could really tell from the pages of this ...more
I love this book. Not a book to read and not your ordinary diary. You fill out this book at any way you like. The choice are absurd and fun to giggle about, nothing is wrong, anything is right. I'm not done filling it out, but I can't wait to look back on it on my recorded past. It's good to write in on a good day, a bad day, even a really boring day. This book can be your new best friend.
I really looked forward to sitting down for 5 minutes every night to fill out a page in this journal. It was creative and calming, and yet not time-consuming or stressful. It's definitely a fun activity for those who wish they had more time to record their daily thoughts!
Philipp Keel is an internationally acclaimed artist and writer. He achieved critical and popular acclaim with his best-selling book series, "All About Me," which currently has over three million copies in print. His early influences include Fellini, Sendak, Steinberg and palm trees (not necessarily in that order).More about Philipp Keel...