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I’ve done quite a bit of production work this week, starting with 25 copies of the label for If I could save time in a bottle. Here’s the layout page in InDesign, and the stack of trimmed labels. Here’s a label glued to an unassembled box. … Continue reading
It took a few more practice models along the way but the box for the little bottles is now designed, printed, and one copy completed.
I have been playing with bits of paper and making little boxes this week. Back in early April I mentioned working on a new piece called If I could save time in a bottle. Each copy will include 4 small … Continue reading
There have been a lot of things going on this week, starting with A Day in Davidson. The morning started with Kristina Komendant introducing calligraphy tools and techniques.
Last Sunday afternoon was warm enough that we went with a friend on an Expotition to Bright Water Marsh to see if the geese were there yet. There were only a few so we drove to Blackstrap Lake (which is … Continue reading
Memories of Science is an artist’s book by Dorothy Yule. Here’s an entertaining little video of the book in action. If you are feeling particularly affluent, you can order a copy of Memories of Science through 23 Sandy Gallery. … Continue reading
I have now completed fourteen out of sixteen map panels for the work I am tentatively calling Memory Maps. They will be behind sixteen larger YUPO panels, still visible but not obvious. It is taking a while to do the … Continue reading
In 2013 I had an exhibition of installation works —Word View— at the Affinity Gallery in Saskatoon. One of the works was titled Flowery Language and consisted of the definition pages from a two volume set of the World Book Encyclopaedia … Continue reading
Occasionally I notice that my life is recursive: things appear, then disappear, then return –a bit of déja vu all over again. In August of 1996, I attended (as a guest) the combined 114th meeting of the American Ornithologists Union … Continue reading
Craft In America is a U.S. non-profit organisation that promotes original handcrafted work through a series of programs and projects including the making of documentaries for the PBS Nature series. The three short book-related clips below are from some of their … Continue reading