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(Slightly bonkers but still wildly entertaining project, two of three. The middle one.) Ever since I took the rocks for jocks class in college (ok, it wasn’t really rocks for jocks, it was rocks for people who wanted to hear … Continue reading
One of three. Well, ok, two. The middle one is actually pretty small, I just need money to fund supplies. So: this thing. There’s a lot of talk about biking and urban planning, especially around where I live. There’s not … Continue reading
Which I suspect you already knew. Due to a slight miscalculation, MLK came up short on type-high squares. Fortunately, they’re 36 point, which is half an inch, and you can buy square dowels. Unfortunately, we don’t have quite the right … Continue reading
So, Berecka, if you read this: I’m making paper for your poem. From about a pound of dry rag (cotton/linen blends, so probably about 55% cotton, 45% linen) to 31 sheets of paper and some leftovers to make into pulp … Continue reading
Yesterday was not the day we wanted, but I’m glad Boston’s first responders seem to be mostly good at what they do. MLK & toast (aka my friend Megan, who is a visiting artist at the paper collective) is printing … Continue reading
In packaging. (I used two different kinds of paper, um, yarn. Both made of hanji. From a workshop Aimee Lee taught at the studio. The white ones are the handmade paper copies for the author, illustrator, and me; there are … Continue reading
Accordion books are totally fascinating.
Another plan coming together: Heh heh heh. Cutting 30″ sheets with an X-acto and a framing square is exactly as much fun as you think it is. The folding part makes up for it, though.
Two plans, in fact. One, I can show you a picture of: Thanks to my neighbor’s giant stash of scrap wood, a jigsaw, some drywall screws, and a driver … I finally have a press table that’s actually accessible in … Continue reading