Tag Archives: letters

IONTW – April 29, 2018

Books and Travel – 22 Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country, and then plus cooking! And another plate-o-shrimp – college classmate Youme Landowne’s book in Alisa Golden’s blog. This year I observed Letter Writing Month … Continue reading

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IONTW – April 8, 2018

Virtually resurrecting ancient buildings. And going backward in time with historical aerial photos. Dedicated to the Preservation of Spray If you’re in Seattle there’s an excellent looking exhibit up from Expedition Press at Core Gallery. Bay Area folks there’s a … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 29, 2017

A wonderful story about the power of letters – as communication, for telling your story and making a connection – just a small part of the last administration, but the details say a great deal, and all add up to … Continue reading

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Write_Off

I didn’t do so well with the letter a day thing, but, by odd coincidence, I received a packet of letters from my former self. One of my uncles had gone through papers to clean out at my grandma’s, and … Continue reading

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City Calligraphy

I suppose everything you see has an effect or some sort of influence on you, although you might not always realize it or make the direct connection. Other times, it’s pretty obvious, like the other day after seeing the Without … Continue reading

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WITHOUT TYPE: The Dynamism of Handmade Letters

Even before the fieldtrip to the Letterform Archive, this exhibit at SFCB, which is a selection from the Archive’s collection, had sounded pretty cool. Once we had been to the Archive, I definitely wanted to go check it out. I … Continue reading

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