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I always love it when I see an artist take something that someone else threw away and turn it into art. That is exactly what Tim Keller from South Dakota did! Tim has started a series of sketches that he is calling his Yellow Notecard Series.

I work for a daily newspaper that has a commercial printing department. We’re a very old company, and sometimes we find old print work that wasn’t used, had overrun, or maybe wasn’t to the customers liking. I found a box of yellow, 3.5×5.5 notecards for a newsroom action line that we no longer have. I’ve been using them for everything from notes to thumbnails, and thought this would make an awesome art series.

You’re going to want to mosey on over to Tim’s deviantART page for a closer look. Also, while you are there, check out his reWorth Series for more recycling goodness.

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Thanks Bub is exactly that, it’s a thank you to Jonathan Kurten at Oculoid.com for featuring the Yellow Notecard Series on his site.

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  • The subjects are many. Kind of a sketch card feel. Limiting myself to 10-15 minute sketches (most of the time). I'm only going to use basic art materials, and no photoshop other than scanning in the work.

    http://deadlandsartstudio.daportfolio.com/

    • I look forward to seeing more of these in the near future.

  • The subjects are many. Kind of a sketch card feel. Limiting myself to 10-15 minute sketches (most of the time). I'm only going to use basic art materials, and no photoshop other than scanning in the work.

    http://deadlandsartstudio.daportfolio.com/

    • I look forward to seeing more of these in the near future.

  • Nice work Tim!

  • Nice work Tim!