Category Archives: art

IONTW – February 11, 2018

Don’t get me started on how many ways of horrible the “holiday” is, but the card (above) was cute, and Liz Climo has some fun ones you can download. Literary maps! Exhibit at Harvard’s Houghton Library, through April 14, 2018. … Continue reading

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IONTW – February 4, 2018

well, now that we’re in to February with that New Year thing, how about some goals? (artistic – that you can set AND achieve!) As I’m ongoingly (pretending to) deal with allthepiles, Number 5 really hit a spot for me. … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 28, 2018

There’s reusing your teabag, and then there’s reusing your teabag… Neat idea from UPPERCASE to give her trade press books to bookbinders for their interpretations: Feed Sacks, and Stitch•illo – Creative Expressions through Thread and Fiber. Looking through liquid and … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 21, 2018

I was riding through San Rafael, and had a slight detour around – hey, that’s something I don’t see every day! – railroad track construction for the final southern bit of the SMART train to Larkspur. Although where they were … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 7, 2018

Places to sleep with books! In the UK, and Japan. And also in Japan – going on a year already, the polka dot lady has a museum. Send and receive postcards from random people around the world! Mail your secret … Continue reading

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IONTW – December 31, 2017

Literary Road Trip, anyone? and perhaps hit some libraries – from poetry to puppets! That time of year when many consider doing something new or different in the next year… an interesting juxtaposition of a post on NOT starting anything … Continue reading

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Wind Harp

Tucked into – well, to the extent a 94 foot tall metal sculpture can be tucked into – a light industrial neighborhood now mostly hosting Genentech facilities, the sculpture formerly known as the Cabot Cabot Forbes Tower rises from a … Continue reading

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