Tuesday, October 11, 2005

The Wet People Project

Remember The People Project? Well, it's soaked, but not forgotten. Katrina destroyed a lot, but many things survived. I found this the other day, and was happy to see it. That little notebook held up pretty well. And the ghosting of the images on the facing pages somehow seems exactly right. I wonder where all those people are.


  1. I remember visiting your blog (and I think leaving a comment) when you originally posted about the People Project and it was mentioned in Moleskinerie. I have thought many times since about that project, and the idea behind it.

    I had no idea that you had been affected by Katrina. What can I say that hasn't already been said? Words are so inadequate at a time like this. My thoughts are with you, and I wish you all the best for a full and swift recovery from all your troubles.

  2. Anonymous11:06 AM

    you ar a hero david. so are sarah and the girls. cant wait to see you in NO!! MT

  3. Those thick thick moleskine pages turned transparant?!

  4. Anonymous4:41 PM

    Found the link at the moleskeine site; love your work, sorry about Katrina, but glad to have you in Texas. Austin's a great place, hope you get a chance to enjoy. Give me a holler if you ever come to San Antonio.

  5. Anonymous6:49 AM

    I do like the fact that the People Project survived (though I am very sorry that you lost so many other treasured items).

    The drawings still look delightful.