The Sketchnote Workbook

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PRAISE FOR THE SKETCHNOTE WORKBOOK





“The practical lessons in The Sketchnote Workbook make it easy and fun for anyone to leverage visual note taking to help them remember more, communicate better, and develop ideas more completely.” — Todd Henry, author of Die Empty “If you want to succeed in capturing and communicating your ideas, you need to read this book. Because it’s not merely a book: It’s a blueprint for a new way of thinking, and it’s fantastically useful.” — Daniel Coyle, The New York Times best-selling author of The Talent Code and The Little Book of Talent

“Mike has created a resource that will inspire anyone to take their doodling to a new level and begin using sketchnoting in every aspect of their lives. After reading this book, I know my recipe cards and travel journals will never look the same again!” — C.C. Chapman, author of Amazing Things Will Happen



“Mike Rohde wants you to understand a simple idea: Drawing aids thinking. Or, even better, drawing IS thinking. I fully agree with him: Pen and paper amplify our thinking when we use them to record what we see, and to reflect on what it means. This book, as its predecessor, The Sketchnote Handbook, will not just make you a better artist, it’ll make you a better thinker.” — Alberto Cairo, author of The Functional Art “I present information as narrated visuals so Mike’s approach makes a lot of sense to me. Visuals are key to understanding complexity, and the combination of images and text as notes is always more effective than notes alone. Sometimes they are more effective than the original presentation.” — Horace Dediu, founder of Asymco

“We humans are visual! So if you want to build your creativity and communication skills in order to facilitate the most powerful business meetings and give genius presentations, then The Sketchnote Workbook is one of the most fun and effective ways I know to do it. ” — Mark Bowden, president of TRUTHPLANE® Communication Training and author of Winning Body Language “Learning to capture the world in pictures and words changed my life, but it took me years of trial and error. How I wish I’d had Mike Rohde’s generous books as guides!” — Austin Kleon, author of The New York Times best-seller Steal Like an Artist

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THE SKETCHNOTE WORKBOOK Advanced techniques for taking visual notes you can use anywhere Mike Rohde Peachpit Press Find us on the Web at www.peachpit.com To report errors, please send a note to [email protected] Peachpit Press is a division of Pearson Education. Copyright © 2015 by Michael D. Rohde Acquisitions Editor: Nikki Echler McDonald Development Editor: Jan Seymour Production Editor: Tracey Croom Proofreader: Liz Welch Indexer: James Minkin Cover Design and Illustrations: Mike Rohde Interior Design and Illustrations: Mike Rohde Video Producer: Brian Artka Media Producer: Eric Geoffroy

NOTICE OF RIGHTS All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. For information on getting permission for reprints and excerpts, contact [email protected]

NOTICE OF LIABILITY The information in this book is distributed on an “As Is” basis without warranty. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of the book, neither the author nor Peachpit shall have any liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the instructions contained in this book or by the computer software and hardware products described in it.

TRADEMARKS Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and Peachpit was aware of a trademark claim, the designations appear as requested by the owner of the trademark. All other product names and services identified throughout this book are used in editorial fashion only and for the benefit of such companies with no intention of infringement of the trademark. TED talks referenced in sketchnotes throughout this book are copyright TED Conferences, LLC. No such use, or the use of any trade name, is intended to convey endorsement or other affiliation with this book. ISBN 13: 978-0-133-83171-9 ISBN 10: 0-133-83171-X 987654321 Printed and bound in the United States of America

This book is dedicated to Gail, Nathan, Linnea, Landon, Mom, Dad, and all of my dear friends and community. I couldn’t have created this book without your support. We did it!

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS THE SKETCHNOTE WORKBOOK WAS GOING GREAT, until it turned upside-down with a family medical emergency halfway through its creation. Without a doubt, the supportive network and amazing editors and publisher kept this book you’re reading alive. My deepest thanks go to family, friends, colleagues, and the sketchnote community for supporting us when everything seemed against us.

GAIL, you’re the reason I do the work I do. We’ve been through some painful, difficult days in this season of our lives, but we’re hanging in there. Thanks for your consistent, amazing support of what I love to do. I love you!

NATHAN, LINNEA, AND LANDON, thanks for your support as I worked on a second book project. My wish for you is that the work I’m doing makes you very proud and that you love telling people your daddy wrote some pretty cool books.

NIKKI MCDONALD, thanks for being my biggest fan and sticking with me, believing in me, and working so hard to make this second book come to life. In spite of all the challenges we’ve faced together, you’ve been steady. I’m so proud of having worked with you to create two amazing books that are like nothing else.

JAN SEYMOUR, I’ve had a blast having you as my editor. You’ve embraced my book from the start and together we’ve made this book even better than The Sketchnote Handbook. Thanks for cheering me on when things seemed darkest.

PEACHPIT, your team was my secret weapon, once again. Thank you, Liz Welch for your eagle eye, James Minkin for another perfect index, Tracey Croom for making this a superb-looking book, and Eric Geoffroy for providing expert knowledge to create another fantastic video.

DAVID FUGATE, I appreciate your guidance as my agent through another book project. Thanks for answering every crazy question I come up with.

BRIAN ARTKA, thanks for telling my story with video and for being a great friend. You are always willing to push me to do my best and achieve excellence. I wouldn’t want to tell a story through video with anyone else.

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DELVE WITHRINGTON, years ago we created The Sketchnote Typeface and now I have a second book set in it . Thanks for making book production so much easier for me and for making foreign translations much more likely.

GABE WOLLENBURG, thanks for your sense of humor and your immediate willingness to create another fabulous screenplay for my video. You rock!

STEPHEN MORK, thanks for creating a fun, encouraging, and danceable soundtrack. Your music adds a perfect positive vibe to the video.

ERIC RESCH, JOE SORGE, MARK FAIRBANKS, CYNTHIA THOMAS, JON MUELLER, TOM & KATE GOMOLL, AND CYNTHIA LEVAN, thanks for letting us use your spaces in the Workbook video to show viewers that Milwaukee is a cool place to be.

FEATURED SKETCHNOTERS: Don Pollitt, Jackie Pomeroy-Tso, Julie Stitt, Mauro Toselli, Chris Spalton, Sam “Pub” Smith, and Doug Neill, thanks for sharing your sketchnoting journeys and experiences—not to mention your work.

FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES, thanks for your reviews and feedback about the book and video as I created it. This is a better book because of your help.

TO THE SKETCHNOTING COMMUNITY, this book is for you. Thanks for your strong support and encouragement along with sketchnote contributions as I labored to create this book. I can’t wait to see how you’ll use and improve these new ideas!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR MIKE ROHDE has a passion for simple and usable design solutions. That passion, along with his lifelong habit of recording concepts and observations through sketching and doodling, inspired him to develop sketchnotes—a practical art that translates simple and complex ideas into easily recalled bits of information. Professionally, Mike focuses on user interface, user experience, visual design, and icon design for mobile and web applications at Gomoll Research + Design in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mike’s popular first book, The Sketchnote Handbook, convinces people around the world to become sketchnoters every day. Translated into German, Russian, Chinese, and Czech, it guides readers in using their natural visual capabilities to create sketchnotes for better understanding, and to have fun taking notes. He enjoys speaking publicly about his passion for sketchnoting, sketching, and visual thinking skills at venues across the United States. In his illustration practice, Mike uses his unique drawing style to amplify and clarify ideas. His work is featured in REWORK and REMOTE, two best-selling books by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson; The $100 Startup, a bestselling book by Chris Guillebeau; and The Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle. Community and sharing are important cornerstones of Mike’s philosophy, as evidenced by the creation of The Sketchnote Army, a website dedicated to finding and showcasing sketchnotes and sketchnoters from around the world. Mike has also shared his thinking, design process, and samples of his design and illustration work at his personal website, rohdesign.com, since 2003. Mike lives with his wife, Gail, and children, Nathan, Linnea, and Landon, just outside of Milwaukee. He’s an avid Green Bay Packers fan. Learn more about Mike at rohdesign.com.

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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION A YEAR AND A HALF AGO, THE SKETCHNOTE HANDBOOK WAS RELEASED INTO THE WORLD. Frankly, I was nervous about the launch. I had no idea how my first book would be received. Boy, was I wrong to worry! The Sketchnote Handbook launched to immediate excitement from its readers. I received a constant stream of positive social media mentions, encouraging email messages, and more positive book reviews than I would have imagined. It was an awesome experience. Invitations to appear on podcasts came in while reviews were posted on blogs and websites. Within a few months, Peachpit Press had to print more copies of the Handbook video edition due to brisk sales. German and Russian publishers licensed and printed Handbook translations, which became hits in those countries, while Czech and Chinese publishers licensed the book for their own native versions of the Handbook. I spoke on sketchnoting in Portland, Austin, San Antonio, and Chicago, selling out of the books I’d brought with me. I was stoked when Moleskine reached out to create a limited-edition custom sketchbook to give away at SXSW in Austin. All I could think was, “Wow, this book is a hit!” And I still receive positive feedback from people all over the world. Why such positivity? Business owners, consultants, designers, developers, writers, doctors, teachers, students, and parents all tell me how my Sketchnote Handbook has changed their mindset. For many, the book has encouraged them to more deeply engage in and understand the ideas they’re seeing and hearing. People tell me that sketchnoting has given them the freedom and flexibility to play with ideas, enabling them to create meaningful visual documents that help them better understand and remember ideas and experiences.

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The constant flow of positive feedback, blended with my desire to share more ways to apply sketchnotes, inspired me to write The Sketchnote Workbook.

WHAT IS THE SKETCHNOTE WORKBOOK? Capturing meeting notes or sessions at conferences is a great way for readers to immediately apply sketchnoting techniques and see great value in the approach. The hundreds of sketchnotes I’ve seen since the release of the Handbook verify it. But there are still many more ways sketchnotes can be used that I want to share. As a veteran designer, I use sketchnotes for idea generation and idea mapping daily. For years I’ve created travel and food sketchnotes that transport me back to memorable experiences.

My food sketchnotes from

Portland, Oregon

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But it’s not just me. Friends in the sketchnoting community constantly share how they use sketchnotes to document processes, plan projects, and capture ideas in books, movies, TV shows, and sporting events. I’ve collected the techniques I’ve learned from fellow sketchnoters in the community, waiting for the right time and place to share them. You’ll find this workbook full of new sketchnoting ideas, plenty of worksheets, and a range of challenges designed to rapidly improve your sketchnoting skills. My hope is that by working through this book, you’ll be inspired to try new sketchnoting ideas. I’d love to see you adopt advanced drawing techniques to tackle the tougher sketchnoting challenges you’ve been avoiding—until now.

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HOW TO USE THIS BOOK I’ve created this book and video to be enjoyed in one go, or used as a reference you can jump around in. If an idea grabs you, try it out! Experiment until it fits your way of working. The ideas in this book are here for you to iterate on and improve. Worksheets and challenges in the book aren’t rigid or designed to have just one correct answer. Rather, this book and its exercises should be seen as experiments and not assignments. Have fun playing and exploring!

JOIN THE COMMUNITY As you explore ideas in this book, share your work with the sketchnoting community. We’re welcoming and encouraging to everyone. Start at The Sketchnote Handbook Flickr group, flickr.com/groups/thesketchnotehandbook and then stop by The Sketchnote Army, SketchnoteArmy.com. You’ll see the work of many others that will inspire and challenge you. I look forward to you joining the discussion!

REACH OUT Please reach out and say hello. Check out my sketchnotes, read my writing, and sign up for my free newsletter at rohdesign.com. I’m a very active Twitter user, so reach out at twitter.com/rohdesign. I look forward to hearing how you apply ideas in the Workbook and seeing what new ideas you come up with for using sketchnotes in your own life.

ALL RIGHT, ENOUGH TALK—IT’S TIME FOR ACTION.

GRAB A NOTEBOOK AND A PEN.

LET’S SKETCHNOTE!

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INDEX 3D lettering, 188–189

condensed lettering, 186, 187

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connecting ideas, 47

about this book, xiii–xv

containers, 13

Agerbeck, Brandy, 190

Cox, Ruud, 151

agile planning, 84–87

Crofts, A. V., 134

Alderman, Jason, 138, 191 audio, sketchnoting, 158–160

D Daniels, C. Wess, 50

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Dave Gray Method, 9, 191

Bennett, Jeff, 102

diagrams, 13, 72

Berman, Craighton, 16

documenting with sketchnotes, 92–111

Bildesheim, Oliver, 118



benefits of, 95

blank page paralysis, 17



challenge tasks for, 103

Bonnema, Laurens, 67, 86



communicating ideas, 106–107

books, sketchnoting, 161–163



creating process documents, 96–100

Boudwin, Marichiel, 102, 127



featured sketchnoter on, 108–109

bullets in sketchnotes, 13



how-to documents, 104–105

business



icons used for, 110



icons related to, 33



recap of main points on, 111



travel sketchnotes for, 120, 122



recipes, 102, 103, 108–109



step-by-step instructions, 101–103

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doodling, 174

caching ideas, 170

drawing

Casabona, Joseph, 154



faces, 9, 192–194

Century Schoolbook typeface, 181



five elements of, 8

Cerantola, Claudia, 52



people, 9, 191

Chew, Boon Yew, 134



type, 10, 12, 180–190

Chua, Sacha, 74, 162 Clarke, Todd, 19, 163

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Clayton, Michael, 153, 208

education-related icons, 31

collaboration, 106

email, sharing via, 179

communicating ideas, 106–107

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computer-based fixes, 175

Erb, Veronica, 23

Gray, Dave, Method, 9, 191

Esch, Jessica, 138, 179

grid format, 17, 18–19, 24, 27

Esser, Thiago, 51

Guintu, Dante, 94

Eurostile Extended typeface, 187 extended lettering, 186, 187

H Hagan, Margaret, 106

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head shapes, 192

faces, drawing, 9, 192–194

Henriquez, Jay, 21

five-year plan, 76–77

Hey, Jono, 104

fixing mistakes, 175

Holgate, Claire, 93

flash cards, 57–59

how-to documents, 104–105

Flickr group for book, xv

humor, 195

Flores, Marem, 78 font websites, 177

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food sketchnotes, 132–143

icons, 12, 28–33



benefits of, 135



documentation-related, 110



challenge tasks for, 139



food-related, 142



creation process for, 136–137



idea generation, 28, 30



featured sketchnoter on, 140–141



industry-specific, 30, 31–33



group creation of, 138



language learning using, 60–61



icons used for, 142



library of, 30, 36, 60–61, 197–199



recap of main points on, 143



media-related, 166

freeform format, 17, 22–23, 26



project planning, 90

Futura Shaded typeface, 189



quality levels for, 30

future planning, 74–77



reference book for, 36



task management, 70



travel-related, 78, 82, 130

generating ideas. See idea generation



worksheets for creating, 31–33

Google Images, 177

idea generation, 14–37

G Graham, Derek, 55



challenge tasks for, 27

Graphic Facilitator’s Guide, The



description of, 15





featured sketchnoter on, 34–35



freeform format for, 17, 22–23, 26

(Agerbeck), 190

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grid format for, 17, 18–19, 24, 27



icons used for, 28–33, 36



power of sketchnoting for, 16



problem solving through, 34



radial format for, 17, 20–21, 25, 27



recap of main points on, 37



timeboxing and, 15



worksheets for, 24–26

idea mapping, 38–65

benefits of, 41



challenge tasks for, 49, 53, 56, 59



creation process for, 42–48



description of, 39–40



featured sketchnoter on, 62–63



flash cards for, 57–59



icon library for, 60–61



language learning with, 57–61



presentations based on, 54–56



recap of main points on, 65



tools used in practice of, 64



writing based on, 50–53, 62–63

ideas

communicating, 106–107



connecting, 47



exploring, 16



generating, 14–37



mapping, 38–65



numbering, 17



repetition of, 171



resonating with, 6



staking out, 170

image resources, 177 index cards, 64 industry-specific icons, 30, 31–33 Internet resources, 177

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J Jocham, Hubert, 185

K Kleon, Austin, 9, 146, 159 Koekemoer, Mark, 156 Kücklich, Julian, 157

L language learning, 57–61

flash cards for, 57–59



icon library for, 60–61

law-related icons, 32 LeFrank, Deborah, 114 letter writing, 52–53 lettering techniques, 10, 180–190

3D type, 188–189



condensed type, 186, 187



extended type, 186, 187



script type, 184–185



serif type, 180–181



slab serif type, 182–183



speed and quality of, 190

Lewis, Makayla, 117 library of icons, 30, 36, 60–61, 197–199 Lim, Winnie, 101 linear sketchnote pattern, 11

M mapping ideas. See idea mapping Martinez, Heather, 93, 138 media-based sketchnotes, 144–167

audio and, 158–160



benefits of, 147



books and, 161–163



challenge tasks for, 152, 155, 160

patterns



creation process for, 148–150



noting on idea maps, 48



featured sketchnoter on, 164–165



used for sketchnoting, 11



icons used for, 166

people, drawing, 9, 191



informational videos and, 156–157

personal travel sketchnotes, 117–119



movies and, 151–152

personas, sketchnoting, 85



music and, 158–160

photographs



recap of main points on, 167



travel plan, 79



sporting events and, 154, 155



travel sketchnote, 121



TV shows and, 153, 155

planning with sketchnotes, 66–91

messy sketchnotes, 42



benefits of, 69

metaphors



challenge tasks for, 73, 76, 81



challenge task on, 196



featured sketchnoter on, 88–89



keys to creating, 195



flexibility of, 68



worksheet for, 196



future planning, 74–77

mistakes, dealing with, 175–176



icons used for, 90

modular sketchnote pattern, 11



project planning, 83–87

Möhlmann, Thorsten, 154



recap of main points on, 91

movie sketchnotes, 151–152



task list creation, 70–73

music sketchnotes, 158–160



travel planning, 78–82

Myriad Condensed typeface, 187

podcasts, sketchnoting, 158

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Pollitt, Don, 34–35 Pomeroy-Tso, Jackie, 62–63

Neill, Doug, 164–165

popcorn sketchnote pattern, 11

nooks on pages, 174

Poznanski, Aga and Piotr, 58

Norris, Ben, 117, 121

presentations

Notes Plus, 4



idea maps for, 54–56

numbering ideas, 17



sharing sketchnotes from, 178–179

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problem solving, 34 process documentation, 96–100

Okur, Aclan, 83

progress vs. perfection, 42

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agile scrum, 84, 86

Palmer, Jake, 93, 94



icons used in, 90

path sketchnote pattern, 11



personas used in, 85



retrospective process, 87

project planning, 83–87

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R radial format, 17, 20–21, 25, 27 radial sketchnote pattern, 11 recipes, 102, 103, 108–109 reference sources, 177 repetition of ideas, 171 research gathering, 43 reserved spaces, 172 resonating with ideas, 6 restaurant meals, 139 retrospective, 87 Rhone, Patrick, 208 Rockwell typeface, 183 rohdesign.com website, xv

idea generation with, 14–37



idea mapping with, 38–65



media, 144–167



pasting items in, 118



patterns used for, 11



planning with, 66–91



sharing, 178–179



travel, 112–131

sketchplanations, 104 skill building path, 169 skyscraper sketchnote pattern, 11 slab serif lettering, 182–183 smartphones, 176 Smith, Sam “Pub,” 140–141

Rowland, Francis, 127

social media, 178

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doodling in nooks and, 174



reserving for information, 172

script lettering, 184–185 scrum methodology, 84–87 serif lettering, 180–181 Seymus, Ivan, 75, 208 shapes

covering errors with, 175



drawing for heads, 192



sharing sketchnotes, 178–179

Shipton, Chris, 157 signatures, 13 sketchbook for travel, 116 Sketchnote Army website, xv Sketchnote Handbook, The (Rohde), xii, 3, 191 sketchnotes

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definition of, 4



documenting with, 92–111



elements of, 12



food, 132–143

spaces

Spalton, Chris, 128–129 Sparks, David, 71 speech bubbles, 13 sporting events, 154, 155 sprint planning, 84, 86 staking out ideas, 170 Star Method, 9, 191 step-by-step instructions, 101–103 sticky notes, 64 Stitt, Julie, 88–89 Sultan, Umm, 172 Susa Light typeface, 185

T task lists, 70–73

diagrams added to, 72



icons used on, 70

tasting experiences, 139 thought bubbles, 13 Tiffin, Skyler, 40 timeboxing, 15 title pages, 173 topic headlines, 45 Torrance, Scott, 145 Toselli, Mauro, 103, 105, 108–109 travel sketchnotes, 112–131

benefits of, 115



business, 120, 122



challenge tasks for, 119, 122



featured sketchnoter on, 128–129



icons used for, 78, 82, 130



leaving space for, 125



pasting items in, 118



personal, 117–119



planning trips using, 78–82



recap of main points on, 131



sketchbook and pen for, 116



steps for creating, 123–125



taking photos of, 121

W Walker, Melinda, 161 website of author, xv whiteboards, 106, 107 Wiatr, Guillaume, 19 Wilkins, Amy, 23 worksheets

icon creation, 31–33



idea generation, 24–26



metaphor, 196

writer’s block, 41, 50, 62 writing

idea maps for, 50–53, 62–63



sketchnote letters, 52–53

TV-based sketchnotes, 153–155 Twitter info for author, xv typography, 12

lettering techniques, 10, 180–190



typeface collections, 177

V van Mossevelde, Tyra, 127 Vartabedian, Bryan, Dr., 107 vertical sketchnote pattern, 11 Vestergaard, Mathias, 21 videos, sketchnoting, 156–157 visual maps, 5, 16

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JOIN ME b THE SKETCHNOTE COMMUNITY!

There’s a friendly community of people just like you who would love to see your sketchnotes. Here are two great places to share your sketchnotes:

THE FLICKR GROUP

The Sketchnote Handbook & The Sketchnote Workbook Flickr group provides a place to share your sketchnotes, from worksheets and challenges to samples of your own independent sketchnote work: 4 flickr.com/groups/thesketchnotehandbook

SKETCHNOTE ARMY

The Sketchnote Army is a website dedicated to finding and showcasing the sketchnote work of people from around the world. 4 sketchnotearmy.com

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