Category Archives: artist’s books

A Look at Hedi Kyle’s Diagonal Pocket Folder

This week I thought I would take a short break from a large project I am working on and try out another set of instructions from The Art of the Fold. I picked #23: Diagonal Pocket. (I posted previously on … Continue reading

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DIY Cabbage Pie (Again)

This is a slightly adapted re-post from 2016. If you have read this before —and possibly made either the book or the cabbage pie— you might want to skip to the end for a new recipe: David’s Thin and Crispy … Continue reading

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Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part Four

I am still on the hunt for the origin of the structure Wendy Feldberg used for her little swatch book. I briefly thought I had found it when I saw a very small image of this book by Cherryl Moote, … Continue reading

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Making Artists Books

I recently wrote several posts —Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part One,  Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part Two, and Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part Three— that began with an unusual book structure used by Wendy Feldberg. Here is … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Jody Williams, book artist

Tonight’s flick is the last in February’s selection of book artists. The film features Jody Williams, and her book and exhibition Small Orders.     I highly recommend taking some time out of your weekend to look at more artist’s … Continue reading

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R is for Red

The February #areyoubookenough challenge word is Red. I tried —and failed— to come up with something based on Retired, Extremely Dangerous. I made a small red text-less book about words instead.

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Friday Night Flicks: Perhaps I’ll Fly

Tonight’s flick features a different take on the artist’s book. The film is a collaboration between photographer/filmmaker Louis Kwok and book artist Adelene Koh.     I posted a Friday Night Flick about Adelene Koh back in 2017. You could … Continue reading

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Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part Three

I ended last week’s post with the image of these pockets created by folding and interlocking pieces of paper and card stock. (If you missed the previous posts, you might want to go back and look at Part One and … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Julie Fordham’s ‘The Dream’

The remaining three Fridays in February will feature artist’s books. Today’s flick is from Georgia Center for the Book and takes a close-up and detailed look at Julie Fordham’s painted and stitched accordion book The Dream.     The Dream … Continue reading

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Pocket Book: Theme and Variations Part Two

Last Sunday I ended the description of my paper experiments with this structure. But wait … there’s more!

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