Tag : Book Arts Improv

Book Arts Improv: Grand prize winner

Welcome to the grand prize drawing of the Book Arts Improv! Just in case you've forgotten what the prize is, it's a set of books that includes one each of the four books created during the Improv: A Visitors Guide to Urban Sprawl National Park Circuitous The Big Bomb Rabbit Glue I'm just going to get

Worktable Wednesday

When I toss around this week's themes in my head, all I keep hearing is: Coccoina is a gateway paste! Here's my research (so far) for this week's book and its associated Pinterest board (Book Arts Improv 2013 - Week 4). You can get a look at what I found below (click

Book Arts Improv: Week #4 Themes

Many thanks to everyone who entered the last week of the Book Arts Improv! Sorry for the late posting - I just got back from the Dartmouth letterpress studio. Wheee!!! And with no further delay, this week's winning entry... ...number 2! Congrats to Tracy - your time has come! This week's themes are as follows: A

Book Arts Improv: Call #4

Welcome to the fourth, and final week of the 3rd Annual Book Arts Improv! My studio is sooo trashed. Even Wiggum is judging me. And he eats dirt. So here they are, the last batch of themes [Elissa tears up]: A bad idea for a first date. A non-food that you're sure you know

Worktable Wednesday

I had a bunch of appointments today and spent most of the day running around. Sadly, I didn't get into the studio to get any hands-on work done. I did, however, do research for this week's book and created a Pinterest board (Book Arts Improv 2013 - Week 3) of my

Book Arts Improv: Week #3 Themes

Many thanks to everyone who entered this week's Book Arts Improv! Sorry for posting these late - I was out of town and just got home. Because I can't help myself, I need to answer the questions for this week: Something you pretend to know about, but you really don’t: Politics. Seriously.

Book Arts Improv: Call #3

Welcome to the third week of the 3rd Annual Book Arts Improv! In case you're new here, in a nutshell, the Improv is a four-week stretch of improvisational bookmaking. Depending on the content and complexity of the book, an edition of three or more will be created each week. I know I'm

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