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Category Archives: inspiration
Training. I’m still getting used to the whole “running in the evening” thing. My left foot has a touch of plantar fasciitis, the spelling of which freaks me out. Double i’s? I wake up Tuesday morning starving and tired and … Continue reading
I get to watch boats sail by while working. More soon.
Guess what I get to do for the next five months? Take a boat to my studio! I’m one of the artists in this session of the LMCC Swing Space residency on Governor’s Island. I’ll have space there till the … Continue reading
the obsolete technology.
Took the day off yesterday and did something pleasant. The print show at MOMA is great and there’s a Dieter Roth show for the book fan in you as well. The teenagers next to me really liked the bunnies made … Continue reading
Birds books didn’t start with John James Audubon, and they didn’t end there either. Before Audubon, there was Mark Catesby, who in 1722 was sent by the Royal Society to the Carolinas on a plant-collecting expedition. Over the next four … Continue reading
In the interest of research for my new book, I went to the American Museum of Natural History on Sunday; it’s a strange place, which I haven’t visited in years. I thought I knew what natural history was, but perhaps … Continue reading
This year I’ll be working on a new book project: a field guide to extinct birds. There, I’ve said it, now it has to happen. At this point I’m thinking about producing it in three versions: a deluxe letterpress edition … Continue reading
I started making pamphlets because I live in New York, and something that we have a lot of here are people who stand out in public and scream and yell about something, the thing varying, but the tone of voice … Continue reading