Symbols of Communication

The Palmer Method of Business Writing by Austin Palmer. Courtesy: Sam Tudyk

 

A page from The Palmer Method of Business Writing by Austin Palmer. Courtesy: Sam Tudyk

Sam’s website is www.tudyk.com. You can also check out her page on Saatchi Art (www.saatchiart.com/s.tudyk). Scroll down to view her works that remind us that we are essentially social beings who cannot exist without giving expression to our thoughts. We may succeed and we may fail. Some words of ours may not reach the world due to our indecisiveness and incoherence. Sometimes, they may resonate far and loud but only for a season or an era and then fade away leaving behind decaying relics and remnants.

 


PAPER-MARKS

 

I’m Left with Only Love for You by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

I Started Out in Search of Ordinary Things by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

Eid Ma Clack Shaw by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission. “Eid Ma Clack Shaw” is the name of a song by Bill Callahan. The phrase signifies the nonsense the singer encounters in a dream-song.

 

Stars and Stripes by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

Untitled Work in Paper by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 


LAND-MARKS

 

Remember Me This Way by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

V from Message Series 1 by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

 

Jenny by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

Drive-In Storytime by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

Grid Light by Sam Tudyk. Used with permission.

 

 


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8 thoughts on “Symbols of Communication

    1. Totally! I studied in a fairly strict convent where we had proper “Handwriting” classes in primary school in the midst of English and Maths and Science. I think kids nowadays are really missing out…

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  1. Indeed one’s hand writing reveals a lot. Thanks also for inspiring me to read the story of Savitri and Satyavan. Your job is gigantic, fantastic and admirable. Your stamina is incredible.

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    1. Thank you, Uncle! I took to Twitter recently and my international network has grown significantly over the past month. There is a lot of talent out there waiting to be discovered. From now on, I will be giving as much space to contemporary, emerging artists (whatever their medium) as I do to historically relevant art and established practitioners.

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  2. I struggled with my penmanship for years, until I taught myself a cheat version of copperplate. At least it now looks elegant to the average person, but I know what really good hanwdriting should look like. A fascinating post. Thank you

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