Caliber Mag Profiles #GlobalPOV Story Artist

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Caliber, a UC Berkeley general interest magazine, featured the #GlobalPOV story artist, Abby VanMuijen, and her popular DeCal course in its Spring 2013 edition (Issue 7). According to VanMuijen:

I like to leave information up in a cloud in my head, and take each piece down one-by-one, and draw it out.

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It’s empowering to turn this hobby into something that other people can use. I really believe that visual notetaking is something that everyone can learn. People from all majors and paths of life take this DeCal, and the class is structured in a way that everyone can gain something out of it.”

To read the full article, click here.

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