How to Keep Your Memories Alive

About: Hello guys! I am a new graduated architect. I would like to share creative opinions with you!

1.What we need?

  • Memories (tickets,paintings,photos and imagination)
  • Tape (to fix images from behind without any harm)
  • Color pencils
  • Maps

2.Why to make?

When we are travelling we collect things that actually maybe they are only papers , plants or voucher.These moments very important for us and we want to remember them maybe even we are old people.So ı wanted to make this diary İn order to remind me every details.

3.How to make?

İmagination.


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    Swansong

    2 years ago

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    DimitriHolargos

    2 years ago

    Ohhhh it's amazing I like very much the notebook you used and the colors in the titles! Also your cardpostals are so classy! Thanks for sharing your work with us!