A Grandfather’s Memories In Sketchbooks

This is a great story from the New York Times:

It’s hard to picture my grandfather without a sketchbook in his hands. He was always drawing. Gramps lived for 94 years — long enough to experience the Great Depression and the Great Recession, the birth of both television and virtual reality — and he chronicled the decades in a staggering collection of sketchbooks, each a literal chapter of his life.


One of the grandfather’s sketchbooks was a visual memoir which inspired the article’s author, Colin Levy, to make an animated film about him.

Read more, and watch the film, at: Opinion | My Grandfather’s Memory Book – The New York Times

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