Monthly Archives: February 2010

Lost Dog

I totally remember watching this as a kid.

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Invitation to The Art of Money: Personal Finance Resources for Artists

Ok, here’s a good idea; I know too many artists who think they don’t need to know anything about money, or don’t think it’s important enough to bother with, and then find themselves chasing after enough income to survive, instead … Continue reading

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Delphi’s magical monoprints

New Work 2010, Delphi Basilicato’s annual calendar extravaganza: Artist Delphi Basilicato will be debuting his annual calendar featuring original monoprints printed on the Vandercook press. Individual prints will be on sale for $20 with 100% of the proceeds being donated to … Continue reading

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Also tonight

Special Event–The Print Factory–This Fri, Feb 19, 6pm @ Center for Book Arts‏ The Print Factory: A Printmaking Workshop at the Center for Book Arts – Friday, February 19, 6-9PM Join The Print Factory’s crew in the Center’s printshop for … Continue reading

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Sketchbook Project at 303 Grand in Brooklyn

Hey everyone! We wanted to remind you that The Sketchbook Project is exhibiting at 303 Grand in Brooklyn on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We hope everyone can make it out and see the show! Also, check out a feature that … Continue reading

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Trimming and Boring Activities

And more binding. Due to a stupid mistake the endsheets are a bit too small. Which I figured out how to compensate for after some wrestling with it. I hate the stage when you start to see the flaws in … Continue reading

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Binding in Progress

On to the binding phase… I read this the other day: Even if, seen from the outside, or from some higher vantage point, this sort of life looks pointless or futile, or even extremely inefficient, it doesn’t bother me. Maybe … Continue reading

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