The Sunday Paper Blog

September 18, 2021

The Pulling Force Transmitted Axially by the Means of a String

The Sunday Paper #381

September 19, 2021

How do you reconstitute paper pulp? I’ve been recording a series of papermaking tip videos that I’m posting on my youtube channel. This is a one-minute video.

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The Robert C. Williams …

September 11, 2021

The Art of Paper Engineering

The Sunday Paper #380

September 12, 2021

Ooh, la la! Mekeka Designs has curated a line of pillows and meditation cushions that are made exclusively with bark cloth (a paper-like material) from Uganda, plaited palm and loom woven textiles. All …

September 4, 2021

Paper Think Tank

The Sunday Paper #379

September 5, 2021

I had a lovely interview on Paper Talk with June Tyler, a visual artist for over 40 years who has been involved in papermaking for 32 of them. Her studio, Pondside Pulp …

August 28, 2021

A Passion for Paper

The Sunday Paper #378

August 29, 2021

I hope you’ll click through to watch the video about my upcoming online class, Flexible Book Structures. We’ve got a great group forming, and I’m looking forward to seeing how participants interpret …

August 21, 2021

Let’s Make Artist’s Books!

The Sunday Paper #377

August 22, 2021

Registration is now open for my Flexible Book Structures online class, a 6-week class that begins on September 20th. The kids are going back-to-school, so why don’t we join them! Come create …

August 14, 2021

Paul Jackson on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #376

August 15, 2021

I had a lovely interview with Paul Jackson on Paper Talk! Jackson is a professional paper artist, paper engineer, writer and teacher since 1983, who specializes in origami and the folded arts. …

August 7, 2021

Folded Folly Flexagon (say that three times fast)!

The Sunday Paper #375

August 8, 2021

Ooh la la!

I’m delighted to introduce you to the third in my series of Curated Paper Collections! This is a set of 11 unique papers from around the world that I enjoyed …

July 31, 2021

Hollander Beater for a Cause

The Sunday Paper #374

August 1, 2021

People ask me all the time if I know where to find a Hollander beater. Well friends, here’s a top of the line beater that was previously owned by Tim Barrett. It …

July 24, 2021

The Book Doctor

The Sunday Paper #373

July 25, 2021

I had a lovely conversation with Amy Richard on Paper Talk. Richard is a native of Miami, Florida, and after working for many years as an artist/illustrator, science writer and educator, a …

July 17, 2021

Pondside Pulp & Paper

The Sunday Paper #372

July 18, 2021

June Tyler’s studio, Pondside Pulp and Paper, was established in 1995 in Norwich, NY. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary for this studio, June planned an exhibit of work created by workshop participants, for …