Tag Archives: book arts

Rust Prints and Playtime

I finished the last of the straight-pin rust prints this week. I ironed the prints and then scanned them. The last step (for now) was to process the images in Photoshop.

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Friday Night Flicks: Helvetica and Helvetica Now

Helvetica is one of those fonts that some people love to hate, but like most fonts (yes, I would even include Comic Sans) it has its uses. There are two short flicks tonight. The first is an animation by Jon … Continue reading

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Allsorts

I have been playing another ‘game’ found via the Internet. Lydia Rink put out a call for people to create pages which she plans to assemble into a collaborative artists’ book. Here’s a detail of one side of my page. … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: X-Book With Pockets

Tonight’s video shows how to make the X-Book With Pockets from Making handmade books : 100+ bindings, structures & forms by Alisa Golden.     I found the video on Bound In Edinburgh. This weekend you might want to spend … Continue reading

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Ennead #1

Late Friday evening I was informed that my work Ennead #1 had not been selected for the Saskatchewan Craft Council’s 2019 Dimensions juried exhibition. This was not a big surprise.

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Friday Night Flicks: Corsoyard

Tonight’s flick is a mesmerising video of a young man making a sheet of paper. That’s it —a single sheet of washi.     Perhaps you will take a close look at some paper this weekend.

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A Little Bit About Some Other Things

Spring is trying her best to arrive, and although I will not be at all surprised by more cold weather, or even snow —it’s still March in Saskatchewan, after all— the worst of winter is definitely over. We have had … Continue reading

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A Little Bit Irish

It’s St. Patrick’s Day and, in North America at least, pretty much everyone is a little bit Irish today. Since I am still not talking about my current project, here’s a DIY St. Patrick’s Day card you can make. Start … Continue reading

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Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should

It may seem odd to start a (mostly) bookbinding blog post with an image of a vegetable peeler, but there is a reason. Peter Verheyen recently wrote a post titled Bookbinding and Adapting to Life Changes in which he describes … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: TX83-Timothy C. Ely

I have been a fan of Timothy Ely’s artist’s books since I first discovered them more than a decade ago. Tonight’s flick provides the viewer with a close-up look at TX83. While one cannot appreciate the surfaces in quite the … Continue reading

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