Kim Coles’ “Garden in Moleskine”

What delightful way to welcome Daylight Savings Time:)

Little thoughtful creatures sit,
On the grassy coasts of it.

A Child’s Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson

Currently, I am a Web Creative Director at an advertising
agency in Indiana. While interactive is my main focus, my
illustration work has been featured in print, television,
direct, outdoor, tradeshow, brand identity systems, and

I attended the Savannah College of Art & Design in Georgia
on a full fine arts scholarship with a major in
illustration and design. I have exhibited my artworks in
galleries and art shows in the midwest and southeast over
the last 20 years. I create artworks in a wide variety of
media. My latest series of illustrations depict figures in
hues that seem once vivid, and are now faded. I want to
transport my viewers into a dream-like world where the
mythical characters tell ancient tales of enchantment.

I always have two Moleskines with me at all times. My daily
planner and the plain notebook. I use them for notes,
concepts, thumbnails and final illustrations. I love the
feel of the thin pages vs. the heavy watercolor paper.

Visit Kim’s blog.

© 2008 Kim Coles All Rights reserved

Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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2 Responses to Kim Coles’ “Garden in Moleskine”

  1. pati @-;-- says:

    That’s so cool! I love her work 🙂

  2. studio lolo says:

    I just love her! And she’s the one that got me started on a moleskine 🙂

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