Planner/Journal with art by John Sigrist. Included one colored frame by the artist. You can add to the journal or color the art in.
A Midwest country boy set out to find his riches and get away from the cold Northern winters. So his quest brought him to South Texas where the winters are warm and the Rio Grande meanders next to old Mexico. Here he set his mark and began a career in the Aloe Vera business in the spring of 1975.
The opportunities he found growing this miracle plant led him to travel and explore other cultures while expanding into global markets. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from college and a long held passion for art, over the multiple years of flying abroad so much time was available to draw and doodle to pass the time, the airplane napkins doodle art form evolved.
This genre of art is possessed by us all and is a vehicle to allow thoughts and ideas to be expressed through pen and paper. We are all prone to doodling and for me it became a channel to get in touch with my inner thoughts and emotions, express my whimsy, my sadness and occasional depression spells, perhaps a lull in my bio-rhythms or anxieties over personal challenges while making observations of the people around me.
So, I have compiled a myriad of napkin doodles and some in depth detailed renderings of thoughts, ramblings and opinions. The objective here is to allow the viewer's participation with their own extended doodling or coloring and let the imagination wander.
I hope you enjoy the art and maybe identify with some of the hidden meanings. Sure helped me get by some troubled times! The publication is set as a weekly planner/journal, but you can add to the journal or color them in. This will make a good coffee table book.