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I’ve been using Moleskine sketchbooks for two years now, and began taking my first sketchbook to my philosophy class. Drawing helps me pay attention, and the philosophy eventually works itself out in the sketchbook. So far, the biggest influence has been Plato, with strong Dantean imagery.

Most of my drawings represent some kind of journey of the soul, which is represented as a winged flame, towards the divine, represented by a white rose.

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