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Friday Night Flicks: Memories of Science

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

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Friday Night Flicks: The Pop-Up Art Book

The Pop-Up Art Book was successfully funded on Kickstarter in 2015 and is still available to order here. It features works by Angry Woebots, Skinner, kozyndan, Junko Mizuno, Tara McPherson, and Jim Mahfood. The video demonstrates each of the pop-ups including … Continue reading

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Calendars

Although the books I produce under the Byopia Press imprint vary widely in format and style, there is one thing that I make on an annual basis. Every year since 2004, Byopia Press has produced at least one desktop calendar.  When I still did … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Wonderland Book

Today’s flick is really just a long advertisement for a photo book, but what a book it is! Apparently I missed it going viral last year, so you may already have seen at least some of the images.     Kirsty … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Food Maps and Meet Illustrator Lucy Engelman

The Persistence of Hope is installed as a labyrinth (which is a kind of map), and the book I will be writing about on Sunday uses a map as a design source, so I thought today’s flicks should also be … Continue reading

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The Cloths of Heaven

Back at the beginning of July, I wrote about one of my entries for weloveyourbooks dot / dash on-line exhibition. I used Hedi Kyle’s panel book structure for my book Over The Hills. Using the same structure I recently designed and … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Hoxton Street Monster Supplies Cookbook

This past Sunday I posted about Putting Up Mangoes, an artist’s book from Convivio Bookworks. Today’s two short videos are promotions for a book which, if not an artist’s book, is still quite artful. I have been a fan of … Continue reading

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dot / dash 3

Back in late February and early March I wrote a bit about working on an entry for this year’s we love your books juried on-line exhibition. The flag book wasn’t working the way I wanted, so I set it aside … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Word As Image

This week’s flick is a series of typographic animations. Created by Ji Lee, each word becomes a representation of its own meaning.     Apparently, there is a whole ebook of these. Or perhaps you might spend some time this weekend … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Papercut San Francisco

In anticipation of showing actual maps on my Sunday post, here’s a video about making a papercut map of San Francisco.     While most of us will just have to enjoy the video, some of you may even be … Continue reading

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