I don’t particularly like the idea of creating high expectations for the upcoming year, but at the same time, I’m also the type of person that makes New Year’s resolution every 3 weeks (or less!). So my list of things that I want to do or achieve is always endless.
During the past few years, my resolutions for the new year have been more connected to setting better habits for myself and my working routine.
These are the small things I’ll keep focusing on:
1. Creating a routine of regular free drawing in my sketchbook
I started being more self-aware and consistent with this practice during a long creative crisis I’d been through recently (I’ll write more about it in the future).
It’s not something that you do for instant online sharing, and it doesn’t have to be good or finished. It’s like writing in your secret diary, or when you’re studying something.
My solo exhibition at Los Patos studio in Paris just closed. Here's a little sneak peek from the installation of the show, thanks a lot to Brahm Revel, Giorgia Marras, Matteo Mastronardi and Inés Iglesias for the help!
Here are more photos: Read more
During the past few months, I’ve begun a couple of personal projects: I've been drawing daily diary comics, I've started writing my next comic book and I've begun my first attempt at a picture book.
I also thought that I wanted to share the behind the scenes process, so I decided to start a Patreon (if you don’t know what that is, I made a comic about it). There you can see my work in progress, read more of my comics and support the production of more personal projects. Have a look if you are curious, some of the content is free to read: patreon.com/giuliasagramola. Also, feel free to write me if you have any questions! 🙃