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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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Anyone who is on Facebook and Twitter and is connected to me will be glutted with this information, but I promised the gallery owner that I'd do my best to promote it, so here goes. (BTW, I'm not being active on Twitter, I just found out that the Facebook Networked Blogs has a syndication option that automatically puts your blog posts on FB and T, so I get to spray the love even further :0 )





I've been playing with some of the offset packing from my latest Book Art Object piece as my contribution. I called my book Skyhooks:

skyhooks

Here they are being tested on a makeshift hanging line in Studio Duck.
If you'd like to know more about them, I've put up a post on my website.

14 comments:

watches lover said...

I come to your blog by chance. But I like it at first sight. I really envy your life. Wonderful!
I will visit your blog usually.

By the way, i would like to invite you to my website:

www.onlinenewshop.com

and if you can give some suggestion about my power balance, i will be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Have a nice day!

Cucipata said...

I have gone up an down the blog a couple times and I still cannot figure out what this is about. I like it, though, something different.

Penthe said...

Oh pretties.

Kara Hoag said...

These look awesome!

karahoag.blogspot.com

supra shoes said...

good-looking.

Ampersand Duck said...

Probably the same things that your blog is about, Cucipata... life, the universe and everything, except I throw a bit of artmaking in the mix. Your blog is a good read, by the way. Thanks for dropping by.

Rhubarb said...

Hello Duck (oops, I accidentally typed that with an F instead of a D, then realised what I was doing!). I'd love to be plucked up into the sky... sounds like a great idea. "Ooops! Whoosh! Wheeeeee! I'll be back once the embarrassment has faded!"

Philwebservices said...

Keep it up.

mike said...

very cool site. i know a "bookmaker" that i'll have to share this with. nice.

Kerry said...

I like these sky hooks, I do. Is there text, or a picture, behind the first layer? I imagine that there must be, or else why would you call it a book? They are very interesting.

I see that you like clouds, and so do I. Have you been here:

http://www.windows2universe.org/art_and_music/cloud_art/clouds_in_art.html

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RSA Certificate said...

Very nice. I've always actually wanted to wallpaper a room with a book :)

commoncents said...

HA HA!
Thanks for posting!

Steve
Common Cents
http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com