Tag Archives: typography

Cut Paper Valentines

I learned something this week: when designing a papercut I think like someone who works with a knife, not like someone who works with scissors.

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A Little Bit About This and That

Early this past week David and I drove to Outlook, Saskatchewan to deliver and install my solo exhibition at the AGO. (Sorry, Art Gallery of Outlook. I can’t resist using the initials.)

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Following a Train of Thought to a (Possibly Illogical) Conclusion

Showing you sneak peeks of the projects coming in December has begun to feel a bit mean, so I have an actual project for you this week. It began as a bit of paper play and led to something completely … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Copy of Saki’s “The Open Window”

This week I have a seasonally appropriate little drumleaf binding for you to make. (It’s a sort of ghost story.)

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Goodies in the Mail

The high point of this week was receiving a parcel from Ed Hutchins. Look what I got!

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A Pocket Placard

This week’s project is my contribution to the #AreYouBookEnough_Protest challenge.

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Planning Paper Projects

I experimented with a new modular shape this week: a square with circles at the corners. Here they are used to build the same polyhedron I showed you how to make last week.

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Polyhedra and Bits of Paper

Last week’s rose kusudama was a bit tricky to put together, so I continued to play with paper polyhedra this week, trying to create a “flower ball” that was easier to assemble. I believe I have succeeded. (Instructions later in … Continue reading

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A Slide-together Rose Kusudama

Both the recent projects posted here were books —The Orihime Binding with a Drumleaf Variation, Part One and Part Two, and The Language of Flowers (a little drumleaf binding). It’s time for a different sort of paper project, though still … Continue reading

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Marginalia

For several days this past week I worked on my project Marginalia for this month’s Instagram areyoubookenough challenge.

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