Tag Archives: stamps

IONTW – March 11, 2018

Tomorrow, May 12 at the Bay Model in Sausalito, CA – Tales of Adventure! A chance to hear stories from local long distance cyclist Clay Stark. Cool paintings using stamps as a jumping off point. Maps! On May 24, 2018, … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 15, 2017

I missed when it ran aground, but the boat beached at Salmon Creek in Sonoma County is still there. Or it was on Boxing Day anyway. Salmon in Lagunitas Creek, Marin County, CA! If you missed the film of the musical … Continue reading

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The Most Dada Thing: Neo-Dada in San Francisco & Dadamatic Mail Art from Irene Dogmatic’s collection

I’m not sure I understand or know enough about Dada to fully explain it to someone else, but I feel like I have a general sense of it to usually be able to recognize whether something is Dada or Dada-influenced. … Continue reading

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IONTW – October 9, 2016

Simon Barcham Green gave A Personal View of Paper History at the Book Club of California. From the event description: Simon Barcham Green belongs to the sixth generation of the family that ran Hayle Mill, Maidstone from 1812 to 1987. … Continue reading

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Letters to Myself: The Calligraphic First Day Covers of Alan A. Blackman

Pretty sure I’d heard of this close to when it opened, then was reminded about it by Jennie’s great post, but of course didn’t make it until just now as it’s about to close. (The original date was through today, … 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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