Through my project message in a bottle I now have a bit of contact to other people who write or collect messages in bottles. One of those people is James Ismael Kuck aka Peter Stein. Peter has advanced in recent years to the expert in messages in bottles in Germany. Now one of the two publicly funded German TV stations is going to speak with him about the topic. As before on such occasions, Peter asked his friends and acquaintances for contributions, and so I quickly whipped up a little something to go into the bottles: Knowledge.
I have been blogging in great detail about the making of seven Jeansbooks in the past week. If you missed it, you can find Part I here, and Part II here. I stopped at the point where I had cut and assembled all pages for the four larger books, and had assembled, but not yet
Hello, I am just briefly logging in to let you know what is the current state of affairs: I actually found some time to bind some of the prepared jeansbooks. More about that and about procastinating in a next post, I guess, when I have better photos of the finished books. I think I failed
Hello once more. I just wanted to show you today’s progress on the jeansbooks. I started this morning with putting together the signatures for the small books. For the bigger ones I put each block together individually, and choosing colours and papers was a long process. This time I just decided to use one sheet
Hello. I hope I am back: Today was my first pain free day in five weeks. I am still taking some medication but less and less, and I have mostly come free of those that made me dizzy and confused. (Well, I do have some withdrawel symptoms, but they are bearable. Mostly I just feel