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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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My Grandfather’s Book

I did stock taking this week so that I could send Vamp and Tramp a list of what I currently have available. I thought I would write about one of the older books I unearthed: a facsimile edition of my … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Bucharbeiten/Book-Art — Christine Litke

Tonight’s flick is longer than I usually post, but you can look at it in sections. German book artist Christine Litke shows some of her favourite books, and although the artist’s narration is in German, I think the books speak … Continue reading

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… and another new flexagon.

Last week I posted a new flexagon/fidget toy I invented after Paula Beardell Kreig inspired me to play with little squares of paper. I came up with a second design, which is the subject of this week’s post.

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It’s Paula’s fault

On August 8, 2021 Paula Beardell Krieg posted about a new flexagon she had invented. She was offering a workshop through MoMath and I signed up for it. I then missed the workshop by remembering the wrong time. (Sometimes I … Continue reading

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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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Friday Night Flicks: Kevin O’Rourke

This week’s flick shows the production of another giant print, this time an 8 x 12 ft/244 x 366 cm linoleum block print. O’Rourke created some clever solutions so that he could print without a press large enough for the … Continue reading

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Some Degree of Success

I accomplished a few things this week. I re-strung the prototype wind spinner, back on cotton cord. It was more complicated than the previous time since the three parts of each unit were now glued together, and therefore I had … Continue reading

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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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