Well, I really should be working on other things, namley on the completion of 346. So I just gave it a quick go – and rather like the outcome of this first test. I first tried it on the thick parchment paper which I used to make to touch and to cut. When the tip […]
While still searching for something to enter into the show I mentioned in my last post, I decided to try non-toxic alu-plate lithography at home. Find out more here. I bought the book, by the way, and can very much recommend it. – And it works! Much to try out now.
It might happen that “soul song” is being cast into yet another new form. Other people might do sketches and decide then, I have to try it out. I’ll see. I have two or three new ideas how this should go on. I really liked the look of the white gesso with the golden tips […]
A while ago I showed you the book on the left, a journal bound in a printed piece of leather. Since then it has been carried around in a backpack, has traveled through the air and over the sea (well, only the Baltic sea, but still the sea) and still does show no sign of […]
When sewing a book on tapes with the intention of leaving the spine exposed, the kettle stitch always requires some thinking. Whereas the rest of the sewing pattern looks nice almost automatically, the kettle stitch gives an uninteresting pattern at best. Usually I hide it behind a partially covered spine. Or at least the initial […]