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The 99 Dreams of Euclid’s Wife

The first of June marked the beginning of my 99 day project for 2022. I have, in fact, been working on this for some time. The series of ‘drawings’ —archival pigment prints with additional coloured pencil— is called The 99 … Continue reading

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On A Clear Day, Completed

This week I finished the last of the ‘drawings’ that make up On A Clear Day, my tribute to Agnes Martin. That’s thirty-six in all. The stitching got faster as the images simplified. Here are the last of the trimmings.

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More of the #99DayProject and a Sneak Peak

I am getting very close to the end of my #99DayProject with only eight days left after today. Here are this week’s squares.

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Fifteen Days Left

I have come another week closer to finishing my #99DayProject, with 84 days completed. Here are this week’s squares.

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Week 10 of my #99DayProject and a bit about gradients

Ten weeks into my 99 day project I am still enjoying the challenge of coming up with a new design daily. The one below is for today and was inspired by the setting first quarter moon seen through smoke haze. … Continue reading

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Another week of cutting little squares, and some other things

We are waiting for rain, which influenced the square for today in my #99dayproject.

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Friday Night Flicks: Martina Flor and Neil Summerour

The Decorata font family created by Berlin-based designer/illustrator Martina Flor and type designer Neil Summerour is featured in the final lettering video for April. From the original text accompanying the flick: For this unique project, Martina created several versions of … Continue reading

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Scatterbrained

I am a bit unfocused at the moment, being without a long-term goal like an exhibition. (It’s also Spring —at least some days—which doesn’t help.) I am contemplating doing one of those #100daychallenge art things on Instagram, but so far … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Aurelie Maron—Chalk Lettering

The theme for this month’s Friday Night Flicks is lettering, beginning with today’s flick featuring the work of typographer and graphic designer Aurelie Maron. The short film by Camille Santiago shows the creation of a ‘chalkboard’ sign.     You … 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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