Origami Coloring Paper

The Sunday Paper #167, July 23, 2017 Paper of the Week: Origami Coloring Paper

I found these four designs in a standard origami pack when I was visiting Japantown in San Francisco earlier this year. If you ever get there, you must go to Paper Tree (click through, they feature a how-to origami […]

Poured Paperworks

The Sunday Paper #166, July 16, 2017 Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummer’s Midwest Paperfest

This is a call to paper artists throughout the midwest. You are invited to exhibit and offer your work for sale at historic Town Square in Green Lake, WI. This juried event offers awards in the categories of […]

Continuum

The Sunday Paper #165, July 9, 2017

Paper of the Week: Watermarked Cotton

This is the fifth in my series of Word Broadsides (individual copies + sets of all 5 will be available in my online paper sale later this month). I love how the image lies subtly within the sheet of paper […]

Plantable Paper

The Sunday Paper #164, July 2, 2017

Paper of the Week: Katazome Paper

Fireworks! I noticed these beauties this week over on Paper Connection International’s Instagram feed, and then I received an e-mail for a special Independence Day offer: Buy 2 Yuzen Papers and Get 3rd one for FREE (a $20 savings). The […]

What a Mess! (a new book)

The Sunday Paper #163, June 25, 2017

Paper of the Week: Silk Screened Indian Handmade

There is a wide selection of imported silkscreen papers from India, and I found this one on a recent visit to Two Hands Paperie in Boulder.

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On the Road:

My daughter’s BFF in Portland […]

Magnetic Paper

The Sunday Paper #163, June 18, 2017

Happy Father‘s Day!! Paper of the Week: Duplex Paper

If you look closely, you can see the edges of the papers above are white. That indicates that the other side of each sheet is also white. I’m making these double-sided (duplex) papers for my next […]

Tyvek

The Sunday Paper #162, June 11, 2017

Paper of the Week: Tyvek

I love Tyvek, a paper-like material that is strong, durable, water resistant and easy to paint or stain. These tesselating lanterns are the June project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar (check out the 2018 cover design below).

Pondside Pulp & Paper

The Sunday Paper #161, June 4, 2017

Paper of the Week: Pondside Pulp & Paper

© June Tyler, Home Again, 31” x 24” x 14”, willow and kozo fibers

I met June Tyler in the late 90’s at a craft fair in Brooklyn where we were both showing our paper art. What a […]

Waiting to Catch the Sun

The Sunday Paper #160, May 27, 2017

Paper of the Week: Stone Dust Paper

Rendering via Prospect Park Alliance

Prospect Park is a gem in the borough of Brooklyn (I lived near the park for several years in the 90’s). The Connective Project will be a massive installation comprised of 7,000 pinwheels made with […]

Hanji, Outsider Art & Thai Marbles

The Sunday Paper #159, May 20, 2017

Paper of the Week: Thai Marbled Paper

I love these Thai marbled papers that are imported by GPC Papers (click the link to find a retailer that carries this paper near you. It comes in a variety of colors). These papers are machine made from kozo and […]