The Sunday Paper #409
April 17, 2022
I had a wonderful time at the Codex Book Fair. Thanks to all of you who stopped by my table and said hello. The event is truly magical and overwhelming. I hardly had a chance to step away from my booth to look at the amazing work, catch up with friends, or take photos. My goal was to sell a few artist’s books and to get more copies of The Art of Papercraft out into the world – mission accomplished :).
If you’re in San Diego, the Mingei International Museum looks like a fun place to visit. Check out these wonderful paper bag hats by moses. The exhibition FOLD, TWIST, TIE explores the process behind the making of his hats, pairing them with recently restored photos of his creations, often worn by enthusiastic participants.
Check out this amazing work by Liz Solfield, who combines origami with stitching. Click through to see her origami and crochet rendered in porcelain too. Her transformation and melding of materials is inspirational.
I’m featuring one-sheet wonders here on the blog, since the projects in my new book, The Art of Papercraft, fall into that category. I’d love to feature your one-sheet wonders!
Ann Martin from the All Things Paper blog did this wonderful roundup of 12 Ways to Support Ukranian Paper Artists.
Inspiration at my feet! This tile was in the lobby of the Bancroft Hotel in Berkeley, where I stayed this past week. Since my initials are HH, this really caught my eye. I just might have to try making a watermark featuring this pattern…
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