The key words from Tetenbaum and Chen’s cards were grid and symbol, which said maths to me, plus accordion and black and white, although I couldn’t resist a touch of red. Structure from Esther K Smith’s How to Make Books.
Paper, digital print, card, paint, pen, elastic.
A stab-bound book, made to criteria randomly selected from Tetenbaum and Chen’s Artists Books Ideation Cards. It was inspired by James Fenton’s poem, Yellow Tulips, and my own photo of tulips, though they weren’t yellow.
Handmade paper, card, digital prints, knitting ribbon. The app IColorama was used for the illustrations.
A tacketed concertina binding from Shereen LaPlantz, other details from Tetenbaum and Chen.
A return to blogging and bookmaking. The book structure was inspired by a tacket stitch book in Shereen LaPlantz’ The Art and Craft of Handmade Books. The design came from a random selection from Tetenbaum and Chen’s Artists’ Book Ideation Cards.
Paper, card, tracing paper, emulsion paint, thread, beads.
A change of direction or back to my roots?
but I was tempted and I fell.
Airedale’s felting yarn, where the yarn does all the work. And at £3.90 for 100 gms, temptation wasn’t very expensive.