“During the months of February, March, April and May 2011, Caza drew a drawing (or several) on a block of post’its every morning at breakfast” (Excerpt from the official biography of the author.)
— But why draw on post-its for breakfast?
— I never answer questions that start with “but why”.
That day, I came out to browse a little book that I liked, entirely drawn on the pages of an ephemeris: Dran, “100 days and some” (Popular Edition). I had a pad of post-its handy, a spring-loaded pencil, a red ballpoint pen and off we went. A drawing (at least) every morning, systematically, with no other ambition than to put on this little yellow paper of an impractical size what was going through my head at the moment.
Often quite black, especially at the beginning, the drawings. I’m not necessarily in a good mood when I wake up and the ghosts of the night accompany me to the last drop of tea or coffee.
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