While working diligently on my up and coming design studio I of course come across lots of goodies I would like to procure, you know, for research materials. Books are always a welcome addition to any home and something I feel I should spend more time with. This being said, my time should really start veering away from the general wizards and warrior themes I often find myself returning to.
On occasion. with varying degrees of success, I have dug into a few pieces of classic literature. After picking up a copy of Bulgakovs The Master and Margarita I found my interest waning around half-way through. Since then I haven’t returned to the book nor picked up any new ones. I intend to change that in the upcoming months, just with less challenging themes, or even without words. Hahah.
Now we’re talking! Okay maybe this would be too ridiculous to read as I’m neither a huge fan of Jane Austen or Zombies. I mean Zombies are pretty cool, but I think best served as plot devices in late night movies or video games. Let’s investigate further.
Hey, now this is nice. Two years ago I posted about Stephan Doitschinoff and literally, just this minute I stumbled across a book of his work. Tempting, very tempting.
The reason I stumbled across that last book was due to scouring up information on Vania Zouravliov who also has a book of work available on the same site. Furthermore there is one print in particular I find enchanting, for obvious reasons.