I’ve mentioned before how much I love Twitter – in particular, the book arts community there is awesome. I love the generosity that can come in the form of hit-and-run conversation.
I also realize that Twitter isn’t for everyone. I totally get that. I do, however, share information on Twitter that I don’t publish on my blog.
In an effort to bridge the gap, I’ve taken inspiration from Alyson Stanfield‘s Tweekly – she aggregates highlights from her twitter feed and publishes them on her blog. I decided to do the same, except I have chosen the name of Twigest.
Note: I did consider Twilights, but decided it was too vampire-y.
The tweets below are listed just as they were published on Twitter. I hope you enjoy them!
- Via Green Chair Press, The Infinity Card by Marilyn Scott Waters – http://bit.ly/dr44CG – this thing just flips and flips and flips…
- Also via Green Chair Press, free paper toy templates by Marilyn Scott Waters – http://bit.ly/ddcYBQ
- A bookmaker’s flexagon, by Green Chair Press – http://bit.ly/a36IE7
- Amazing Rutgers project – students created glass books inspired by the topic of self-injury – http://bit.ly/bDXJui
- Love it! RT @studiocailun Brilliant artist book stop-motion by Chris Serravalle, with great & simple effects!!! http://ow.ly/Zvx1 #bookart
- RT @studiocailun Let Talas, the pros, teach you how to mount vellum on boards. #bookbinding http://ow.ly/10JeA
- RT @bookworkers London Bookbinder Kathy Abbot’s new book – Bookbinding: A Step by Step Guide is now available through Shepherds http://ow.ly/10EhN
- Video on fan-gluing by Pete Jermann – http://bit.ly/6T8ZAQ – love the music!