The Sunday Paper Blog

May 30, 2015

It's resilient, it's resourceful, it's portable, it's foldable…

The Sunday Paper #57

Featured Paper of the Week: Grow A Note® Green by Green Field Paper Company

I’ve always loved the concept of planting paper and watching it grow. Paper has always been a carrier for information, and this …

May 23, 2015

Mixing Business & Philanthropy in Exotic Places

The Sunday Paper #56

      Dear Readers,

I have a little favor … would you consider making a donation to support the research, writing, design and delivery of The Sunday Paper every week? Click on that cute paper button (I made …

May 16, 2015

Cardborigami, Paper Vaccines & Wet-Folding

In the Studio:

This week’s work brings you The Paper of the Week, a new column in The Sunday Paper.

Stay tuned… in the coming weeks, I’m going to be inviting you to:

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May 9, 2015

On Paper Wings

Work of the Week: Over 400 people (including some of you) have contributed roots to the Mother Tree Project since I launched it in Portland in 2009. Six years later, I’m still dwelling on this theme that was sparked when …

May 2, 2015

Paper Boat Addresses Migrant Drownings

The Sunday Paper #53

Work of the Week: I’m finally catching up to the digital age. Today, I’m releasing my films (formerly sold as DVD’s) as instant downloads – no shipping, no packaging, no fuss! Watch the trailers for each …

April 25, 2015

The Sunday Paper #52

Dear Readers, 

This is the 52nd edition of The Sunday Paper! The first year has flown by, and it has been such a delight to share over 260 interesting facts about paper with you (that’s an average of five paperfacts …

April 21, 2015

Did Paper Come First?

I was talking with an esteemed colleague the other day, and she put something into words that has been bugging me for some time. She was at a celebration for a book arts organization and couldn’t help comparing our field …

April 18, 2015

The Sunday Paper #51

Work of the Week: I’ve been stitching a lot lately – embroidering words about motherhood onto a skirt which will be completed early next month – stay tuned! I love this poem by William Stafford, which talks about  the threads …

April 11, 2015

The Sunday Paper #50

Work of the Week: Modern Day Watermarking is my first artists’ book (actually it’s a hybrid how-to/artists’ book). The text describes a watermarking technique that utilizes buttercut, a thin rubber material. The book structure is a one-sheet fold which shows …

April 7, 2015

Handmade Paper Exchange

I recently participated in a paper exchange called Paper Experiments, and look what I received in exchange for sending in a set of paper swatches! This swap has taken place before (at least once) and the participants vary from year …