a new book — to each his home, by bilyana dimitrova— reminds me of the free-spirited, colorful homes i grew up knowing in san francisco. i thought everyone was as expressive and creative as my parents friends, and that all houses looked like this…
princeton architectural press publishes the most beautiful books! and getting one in the mail is always such a treat.
at home in my new wiksten dress…
photos from artist karen gelardi’s terrarium show.
wow, i love the sculptures of stacked books. i wish i could see them in person!
i posted here last september about my idea to teach a few classes from my studio, and i’m excited that it’s finally going to happen! i’m moving into a larger space (the top floor of our building), which will be much better for accommodating a group of people.
the first class i’m offering is an introduction to screen printing. i’m going to keep the class small, but if you can’t sign up for the october class, this is a class that i will continue to offer regularly. i’m also excited to be offering some great workshops taught by other designers, and i’ll hopefully announce some of those soon.
below are the details for the october class. if you would like to sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SCREEN PRINTING I — learn my favorite methods for screen printing on paper and fabric. no experience required.
4 classes, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
monday evenings in october (except for the 2nd class which will be moved to tuesday because of columbus day)
$250 + supplies (approx. $50)
studio located in fort greene, brooklyn
prints that have caught my eye so far… for spring 09.
(left to right… karen walker, united bamboo, karen walker, and herchovitch, from style.com)
maria and i are very excited to be launching the fourth volume of lines & shapes today! this volume features the work of an amazing group of artists–
jennifer gotch, jackson, johnston & roe, paul paper, jeana sohn, and jessica williams.
the theme for this book is PAIR:
two identical, similar, or corresponding things that are matched for use together; to match with or resemble another; to form by matching, joining
it’s always thrilling to see what each artist chooses to do for her/his project (not having seen any of the other projects), and then see how they all come together to compliment each other. thanks so much to the artists for collaborting with us on creating such a beautiful book. come see more of lines & shapes here…
a couple images above from brooke hellewell reynold’s great new blog, called inchmark.
brooke is a book designer (and former senior art director for martha stewart), and i’m so grateful that she was the art director/designer for my book. she has such a great eye for design. i’m looking forward to her future posts…
ALL CUT UP – Roebling Hall
606 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 · 212.929.8180
September 4th through October 4th, 2008
Opening September 4th 6-8pm
Curated by Rita de Alencar Pinto, ALL CUT UP explores how 17 international young emerging artists turn subject matter and aesthetics on their heads by working in collage.