Monthly Archives: June 2004

Tricia’s Moleskine

“I have a Pocket Sketchbook that I use as a daybook. I put everything in there: appointments, school assignments, phone numbers, movie tickets, post-it notes, sketches, quotes, and I even draw and journal in it too. I loved it when … Continue reading

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God Checker

“IXCHEL: Moon Goddess of Pregnant Women and mother of the BACABS by ITZAMNA. She invented weaving and, being partly waterfall herself, takes charge of downpours. Her hair is very snaky – it’s made from real snakes. If humans upset her … Continue reading

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Magic Pictures

“The Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books In 1934, English librarian Edgar Osborne visited the Toronto Public Library’s Boys & Girls House, the first separate children’s library in the British Commonwealth. He was deeply impressed by the quality and range … Continue reading

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Under the Sea

Chromodoris kuniei Photo Courtesy of Barbara Jones Photographed at Pura Island, located in the cut between Alor and Wetar Islands in Eastern Indonesia The Slug Site © The Slug Site, Michael D. Miller 2003. All Rights Reserved. … “Seaforms” by … Continue reading

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This Week on Moleskinerie

June 7 Climate, Weather and Aboriginal Culture, Echoing Whispers , Secretarial Signatures of Presidents of the United States, Pseudo-moleskine ? June 8 “Transit of Venus March”. A Touch of Death, I Scream, Miquelrius. Ciao Venere! June 9 Tinderbox, Blog to … Continue reading

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“The above is an exploration of possible meanings of the various types of grids that have been appearing freqently in Kristi’s art work.” “Despite my obsession with grids and squares, I think I chose this grid lay out as a … Continue reading

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String Theory

“Every needlepoint is an astonishing achievement, when you think about it. They take tons of work–even a small needlepoint the size of a business letter has about a 100,000 stitches and took someone maybe forty-five hours just to stitch–an incredible … Continue reading

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“Two players alternate in placing black and white stones on a large (19×19 line) ruled board, with the aim of surrounding territory. Stones are never moved, and only removed if they are completely surrounded. The game rewards patience and balance … Continue reading

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eBay Item # 6902254850

“You are bidding on a Vintage book titled The Art Journal Vol 3 1877 It is Profusely Engraved with 29 full page steel engravings . Numerous engravings throughout. This is a book of art at the time, with architectural details, … Continue reading

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Altered Pages

“It is any book, old or new that has been recycled by creative means into a work of art. They can be … rebound, painted, cut, burned, folded, added to, collaged in, gold-leafed, rubber stamped, drilled or otherwise adorned … … Continue reading

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