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Collabs by Amy Irwen (Rosemount, Minnesota, USA) & David Stanley Aponte (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Collabs by Amy Irwen (Minnesota, USA) and David Stanley Aponte (Pennsylvania, USA)

I am thrilled to be able to share these scans of mail art collabs by Amy Irwen and David Stanley Aponte (aka Subreal Alchemy). 37 more words

Asemic

The most common euphemisms Homer uses when describing the death of a warrior in The Iliad, done in uncials; the dying Achilles in the corner is based on the illustrations of Willy Pogany for a children’s book on the Trojan War.

Calligraphy

Astrological notes and tables in Zacuto's Almanach perpetuum and Stöffler's Almanach nova [manuscript]. 1504.

I will be honest with you: I don’t know much about this book besides the fact that it is based on astrology (check out the familiar astrological symbols in red along the square border), the fact that it’s written in Latin, and the observation that that is a very badass ‘P’ to start out a sentence with. 57 more words

Bibliophile

It's Not Always Black and White

I wrote this piece with a squeeze bottle tip dispenser. White acrylic ink on black paper. I then squirted ink out the end of a paper straw with one full breath. 460 more words

A Year Of Inspiration

Let's Ramble About . . . ART

Goodness, it’s been a month since I’ve visited The Fenrick Theater. Life has gotten a little busy since then, and I’ve been trying to finish some projects that don’t include blogging (one of which is reading the book… 556 more words

Art