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Interview with Poonam Mistry

I use a lot of different types of stationary for my illustrating and writing process. My go to ones are my mechanical pencils and a coloured highlighter. When I get given a project the first thing I do is highlight and annotate ideas around words or sentences that I think have good strong imagery. For… Continue reading Interview with Poonam Mistry

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Interview with Sharon Dempsey

I do like a soft lead pencil to write and scribble with. Usually any old Staedtler lying around the house does the job, but if it isn’t sharpened just so, it will be abandoned. Linc Offix pens come in a variety of nice colours and at the minute I am using the turquoise shade a… Continue reading Interview with Sharon Dempsey

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Interview with L. M. Sorrell

I treat pens like collectors’ items. Truly, I do. I don’t mean the ultra-fancy pens that cost hundreds and can only be viewed through glass cabinets, to be honest, I’m not particularly interested in them at all. Boring. No, I mean pens like Sharpies and anything cheap and cheerful that has any kind of glitter… Continue reading Interview with L. M. Sorrell

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Interview with Stewart Ross

For hasty jottings when waking in the night or pulling into a lay-by with a sudden thought, it’s a plain Bic ballpoint. (The kind that ruins your best jacket when it leaks into the top pocket.) For formal letters, those of condolence or thank-yous to People of Importance, it’s out with the Sheaffer fountain pen… Continue reading Interview with Stewart Ross