Do you also like to fill up your empty planner pages with some original art work? Every month, I leave some spreads empty on purpose between my weekly spreads, so that I have some space to let off some creative steam. My planner is therefore a nice hybrid between a bullet journal and an art journal.
But staring at those empty white pages can be tough don’t have any inspiration. I’ve therefore created this list of prompts to kick start you to get your creative juices flowing.
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Pop Art is an artistic movement that ranged from the late 50s to the 70s and well beyond. Pop Art’s imagery focuses, as the name says, mostly on popular culture. Everyday life, commercial products, celebrities, advertising, the mundane items of everyday life.
Pop Artwork uses bright colours, outlines, and features visually often inspired by comics. When asked to name some famous Pop Art artists, most people will probably name Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, maybe Roy Liechtenstein.
But as so often, I ask myself, where the women at? Surely the whole movement wasn’t exclusively run by male artists?
Of course it wasn’t! So let me introduce you to some of the best female artists of the Pop Art movement.
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Learn how to make your own DIY Washi tape storage using toilet paper and other things you likely have around the house.
If you’re into arts and crafts, then you’re probably very familiar with the beauty of Washi tapes. When I first started my bullet journal a was gifted a huge bag of different decorative tapes for my birthday. They are gorgeous, and I love all of them.
The problem was how to store them all for easy access without it being a huge mess. My solution at the time was to just throw all the Washi tape rolls into a bunch of Ziploc bags, and then throw those in a drawer. It works, but it’s not the nicest.
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