Monthly Archives: January 2010

Notes, 01.10/07

1. He kept his lab notes in an old ledger, covered the fronts and backs of every pale green page with formulas for tissue stains and rudimentary drawings of muscles and nerves and the various ways chameleons tilt their heads … Continue reading

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Books, 01.10

1. Pass the Butterworms, Tim Cahill 2. Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick 3. Ethics, Simon Blackburn 4. Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual, Michael Pollan 5. Lavinia, Ursula K. Le Guin 6. Mr. Lunch Borrows a Canoe, J. Otto Seibold … Continue reading

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Notes: The History Book That Never Was

A couple of links for future reference on this cool project, described in Sarah Bodman’s Creating Artists’ Books: Info from the Massachusetts College of Art’s exhibition Making Histories: Revolution and Representation: http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/neverwas.htm Images from the exhibition: http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/nevergal.htm And, also, in … Continue reading

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Sketchbook: Hyperbook

Whenever I made this, it was for sure a super long time ago. Just saying, I’ve been wanting an iPad since back when laptops would hurt your lap if you set one there (and back when I was still drawing … Continue reading

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Really Old Sketchbook: Future Styles of the Year 9999

A bunch of fairly ancient drawings of a future style of world, where antigravity fashions are powered by magical high-tech shoulder pads or something (who knows what I was thinking all this huge amount of time later).

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Sketchbook – Future Tourist

Very old sketchbook drawing, circa who knows when. From back when I was, for some reason, always drawing pictures of the year 9999, which I now think will look different from how I used to think it would look.

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Bird Town

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Imaginary Album Cover – The Secret Vices

An imaginary record cover for The Secret Vices, a thrash-bluegrass outfit from Akron, OH (I have to be pretty specific ’cause I think there are at least fourteen other bands with pretty much the same exact name). Mostly they do … Continue reading

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Notes, 01.10/06

1. After recess, they watched a film about how fortune cookies were made and a film about a pencil factory. Then, after the last bell, in the graveled limbo between the portable classrooms, Chuck Ott hit him in the shoulder … Continue reading

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Poster Job – 2010 Literary Festival

I’ve been told it’s okay to go ahead and post this thing, so here’s the whole image…obviously, as usual, you have to click on it for the big version…to me, things always look way too crowded here if I make … Continue reading

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IF – Clumsy

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Tête-bêche

Cool bookbinding word: tête-bêche, head-to-tail, like certain brands of old pulp fiction, with two stories bound together back-to-back in a paperback, so that you get two lovely pulp covers instead of one, which is extra-nice…anyway, I was reminded of the … Continue reading

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Sketchbook – Learning Pachinko

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Sketchbook – Red Girl

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Work in Progress – Poster Art

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