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IONTW – November 26, 2017

The Sonoma Ash Project is collecting ash samples through the end of November. Artist Gregory Roberts is working with the community to give survivors of the wildfires a new object from the remains of their homes. next level pies no … Continue reading

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IONTW – September 17, 2017

TODAY! The Roadworks steamroller printing extravaganza at SFCB, San Francisco, CA and Grand Opening with printing demonstration at Mission Gallery now in Cambria, CA. Meanwhile, in Canadia… linking people who want to farm with land to farm. Micayla Gatto mixes … Continue reading

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IONTW – September 10, 2017

Advice from a Food Desert. There’s a word for That. An incredibly specific one that you’ll probably never actually seriously use, but there’s a word. Be nice to your houseplants! Me. You. Us. Whose story is it? So much going … Continue reading

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IONTW – September 18, 2016

Somewhere in Grammarland: Following a rule you didn’t even know was a rule. Shake it! Claude, the albino alligator at the California Academy of Sciences, is old enough to drink! Well, he turned 21 anyway. Speaking of time, should you … Continue reading

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The World of Hedi Kyle: Codex Curios and Bibli-objets

Official exhibit description: Hedi Kyle has been making books for over four decades. Among her accomplishments are: Co­-Founder of the Paper and Book Intensive, Professor at the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of the Arts, Conservator at … 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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Introduction to Image Transfers

Image Transfer workshops are offered regularly at SFCB, both an Introduction 3 hour session and a day long class, and whenever I look at the schedule I’ve thought oh I’d like to try that some time, but one thing and … Continue reading

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Be Enveloped!

I’ve had envelopes on my mind, along with the cards somehow for the ask/say whatever this bookish thing ends up to be, so I’ve been meaning to go check out the Be Enveloped! exhibit at San Francisco Center for the Book. … Continue reading

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Water Paper Stone

Judy O’Shea recently published a memoir about the 17 years she and her husband, Mike, lived at La Pilande Basse, an eighteenth-century water mill in southwest France. They restored the mill to produce flour and walnut oil and house studios … Continue reading

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