The notebooks of Nigel Newhook


Nigel Newhook is an Illustration and Photography BA student from the United Kingdom and works primarily in a Moleskine.

"These are some extracts from my current sketchbook, some form the basis for a brief taking inspiration from a Franz Kafka short story…"

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2 Responses to The notebooks of Nigel Newhook

  1. Harry Dean says:

    Great doodling, one of the main utilities of a moleskine.

  2. Bob says:

    As I am an artist, I can appreciate the time needed to complete a sketch. The city scape must have required the time for a few cups of coffee. Very cool sketch. I’m hooked on Moleskine sketch books and often use water soluable color pencils including metalic ws pencils. Dip the “lead” in water and paint with it.

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