Glass, copper, and handmade paper? What could be better? Adding ‘book’ and ‘photography’ into that mix. I LOVE this book. A beautiful, handmade book, with glass covers, hand-hewn copper binding, with my photographs printed on beautiful fine art rag pages.
This set was commissioned by my client and the shoot, book, and photos are a package or available individually – book only (blank), book with your photos, book with my photos, or a commissioned shoot just for you. Prices vary.
Available now on my Etsy store, WonderAndQuirk
Blank, handmade book, stitched covers and binding with red paper thread with beeswax, heavy, hand-torn watercolor paper, and the cover made of authentic pages from a vintage Chinese dictionary. The title is taken from a cover page definition, “I’ll Give You a Day’s Grace,” encircled in red. Book ties with red binding thread. 3x4x1/2″
Comes wrapped in red burlap, paper thread and handmade paper.
My mother is a fiend for naughty, sugary cereals. Truth be told, Cap’n Crunch is my own vice. Maaaaybe once a year I can have some. But as my mother is also a very silly, goofy person, I decided to combine cereal + book to make the Oops! Cereal Box Book, made from an actual box of Oops! cereal – as in, oops, it’s all berries. Yum! My favorite part of this book is the binding. Oh, and eating the Oops.
This book is available for commission – each one completely unique. I can make these from cake or cookie or muffin or cereal boxes or any other sort of box! If you’ve got somebody with a thing for something in a box, give me a holler! It’s a fun gift.
“Oops! It’s Cereal Box Book” Available Now at my WonderAndQuirk Etsy Store
Feathers and Ryhmes in the Desert: The 7 Day Collection
Last week I spent 7 days shooting in the Arizona and Utah deserts with 16 other professional photographers. Each day I assembled one thing from the shoot that will go in a book along with my photographs from the trip.
Here’s what I found and assembled, including a book of charming rhymes from my Aunt Carmen’s high school days, written over 85 years ago, as this trip also included a trip to visit my mother in Phoenix. The C41 film and the Polaroid backs were given to me by other photographers on the trip. Thanks, Don and Bryan!
3 pheasant feathers; 1 creaky wooden plank; 8 shiny black feathers; 2 discarded Polaroid backs; 1 zillion creosote seeds; 2 sprawling, tangled wires; 1 roll medium format C41 film; 1 circular upholstery needle; 1automatic awl, threaded; 1 blue, vintage leather book (“My School Day Autobiography”) of my Aunt’s, circa 1927-1930.
Today begins the process of finding images and assembling the book. I wonder what will come of it!