Tuesday, July 14, 2009


I have over 25 of these Moleskine accordion sketchbooks. When fully opened they are nine feet tall. I have done a series of tall building sketches in these. They are fun and make you wonder what a half mile high skyscraper might look like.

I photoshopped myself in here so you can get a sense of the scale....

I know it is nuts but I also built a model of one of my sketches. It only stands at six feet tall. Here is a photo of the model photo collaged into the OKC skyline.

Here is a view of some of the sketchbooks, notice the way the line work shows up on the edges, creating a quasi section diagram of whats inside.

I have been fortunate enough to have my sketchbooks displayed at the OU College of Architecture, in conjunction with a lecture series.

I was also invited to display them at the IAO Gallery in OKC

And for several months a rotation of the sketchooks graced the lobby at TAParchitecture.


  1. Wow! That must have taken forever. Those are really cool! You know I am jealous of your mad skills on Photoshop. I've got to get that program. Good Job!

  2. I am definitely a fan of the tall buildings. My favorite one is the route 66 drawing you did. Where is it? huh? huh? Great job babe!