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Coloring Page: Moon Tourists

Coloring Page: Moon Tourists Rocketship Rough Sketches

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Model Books

Almost done, except I have to correct a typo on the other handout before I can copy it. But at least it won’t be 30+ copies of a model notebook. Just plain old regular handouts from here on out.

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Fake Book Project: 1963 Signet Paperback

As always, the image is linked to a PDF. So, this one is complicated. First, in my continuing oddball quest to see if I can learn anything from 20th Century mass market paperbacks, I rescued an old Signet from the … Continue reading

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“How to Operate a Book”

In the midst of reading sermons by tech evangelists quoting various “visionaries” and “thought leaders,” all of which is the kind of carnival barking that’s starting to lead my thoughts toward a raid on the fridge, I ran across this … Continue reading

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Print Shop Signage

Photo by Sean P. Morrissey Photo by Sean P. Morrissey I went slightly nuts drawing signs for my class at Penland, but because of being constantly busy (which I was glad about) I went somewhat less nuts taking pictures of … Continue reading

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Consider Banks

I once very briefly got to meet one of my topmost favorite singers/lyricists/artists in the whole world, someone who had been (and remains) a heroine of mine for a whole bunch of pretty weird long decades. I mean, this was … Continue reading

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History of the ‘Notebook’ Printing Project

My whole project started about 5000 years ago when I bought a copy of Under Milk Wood off a clearance table in the bookstore of the first of the many colleges I’ve attended. Back then, I had no idea Dylan … Continue reading

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Printing Project: Negative

The plan was, I was supposed to blog my thesis. I even took a trillion occasionally not blurry pictures for proof that work was happening, plus wrote down tons of pages of notes. But the thesis ended up kicking my … Continue reading

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Leap Day Book

Here’s a thing I did to commemorate the weird day that’s happening today. Here’s the main thing I learned from doing it: it’s best to only put enough pages in the stack that they don’t sort of frictionally unscrew the … Continue reading

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Handy Pocket Guide to Albertus

Only a highly advanced mental doctor could explain why I just spent 87 hours and a large number of imaginary dollars making a whole big stack of these little books, which I didn’t really need to make for a presentation … Continue reading

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‘Quad’ Book

Again, the low-fi pictures are 98% my fault, because any camera more complicated than a cigar box with a hole in it is apparently too much camera for me. But it’s also somewhat the fault of the prints…which I can’t … Continue reading

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Imaginary Paperback: ‘The Mourning Star’

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