Instead of blogging, I’ve been working on a submission for this show. Every evening and the entire weekend for the last two weeks have been focused on this project. Creating the content, designing it, sourcing the materials, printing it, and AND finally assembling it is, uh, quite the time-suck. Maybe even a little crazy-making? Regardless,… Read more »
It means a tremendous amount when someone whose work I really respect reaches out and sends me their latest & greatest. Such is the case with Sonnenzimmer’s newest book, Field Integration. In it, Nick & Nadine draw parallels between the connection between Ikebana, the time-honored and highly influential art of Japanese floral arrangement, with more… Read more »
+ Letterpress & handmade books by Huldra Press. Via Mint. + Nuno sent me an interview that he did with Caleb Owen Everitt after he saw my post on him earlier this week. Rad! Super inspiring read. + Spotted! Yours truly on local bicycle/style blog, Bike Fancy.
Friday Links, on Monday
Barn by Maya Hayuk, via her flickr + I’ve been clicking around on the Times’ Costa Rica travel guide a lot this week. Man, researching for vacations (first real one we’ve taken in three years) might be one of the most fun things ever. There’s just so many exciting options! Where did you stay? What… Read more »
The Universe in Miniature in Miniature
Designer? Book-lover? I fall into both camps, and this new title The Universe in Miniature in Miniature, by Patrick Somerville certainly treats both the eyes and mind. Diecuts, illustrations, raw-edged pages, it’s published by the masterful featherproof books. I’m almost halfway done with it so I can’t give my complete report, but I will say… Read more »