Keri Smith number 93, illustrate the concept of simplicity. Unfortunately the page behind this one shows through, just think of it as blank. Why, when, where, how, who, what. Here are my musings... for me straight lines are easier to draw than curved, although a curved line may be easier to follow for the eye. I hope I am not equating easy with simple. I remember an anecdotal story about Leonardo, ah.. no it was Michaelangelo who drew a perfect circle to prove his skill. He got the job. Movement draws the eye to it. Can more be deciphered from a line with an arc than a straight one. Black blocks colours but has various shades, I think it tends to be more simple. A scribble may be easy to do but harder to decipher? Perhaps simplicity requires more from the person looking at it as well as the person doing it? Is it simple then? Nothing is simple and when can there ever be nothing - never I suggest.