Book Art Object is an ongoing project bringing together book artists around the world (but mostly Australia during this leg of the journey) to respond to a set text in the form of an editioned artist’s book. Each participant gets a copy of everyone’s work.
The suggestion of an extract from Jeanette Winterson’s Art and Lies novel was, I confess, mine. From the moment I’d read the book, years and years ago, I’d been enthralled by her vision of the Library of Alexandria: Continue reading
Inspired by type samplers I’ve seen over the years, I decided to create one for my collection.
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The hard copy is 240 x 92mm, printed on two weights of Kraft paper and hand-sewn in a horizontal format. If you would like to purchase a copy, wave your mouse over the top of this page to find the red drop-down Duckshop link. Or contact me directly.
For images of the production, have a look at my letterpress flickr set. For the story of its production, click here.
I have a growing habit of celebrating elections with a souvenir, and this 2010 Federal Election was no different. To celebrate a small window in female supremacy, may I present the Chicks Rule range at Cafe Press. Apologies: thanks to my residency abroad, I didn’t get to produce anything printed by hand, but I couldn’t let the moment pass… there are t-shirts, both long and short-sleeved in sizes that fit everyone from babies to large people, plus stickers, mugs and totes.
What You Left Behind
Artist’s book. Manipulated digital inkjet images in a hand-bound black-paper-covered coptic-sewn photo album. Vintage button tie. 210 x 152 x 18mm. Edition of 2. Canberra: Ampersand Duck, 2005. Continue reading
This is part 2 of 4 posts. For details about the physical aspect of this book and the original premise, go to the first post, here. 3rd post. 4th post. Continue reading
I am Writing to You From a Far-Off Country: Experiencing Henri Michaux (2000).
Digital images, laserprinted text, pen, ink and gold paint on paper, custom perspex cover. Unique, Canberra: Editioning & Artists Book Studio, NITA, 2000.
This is the first of four posts on this book. 2nd post. 3rd post. 4th post.