Very excited to announce that my little book of fireworks zine is now available via Little Paper Planes of San Francisco. I've been a fan of their beautifully curated site and blog for quite a while now and am pretty chuffed to join the ranks of artists whose work has been selected for their online shop. You can find my little book of fireworks zine on Little Paper Planes right here. Summer is coming.
- adrianus johannes zwart
- hermanus adrianus bogman
- róże w kulistym wazonie, alfons karpinski
- chelsea embankment, plane trees, paul maitland, 1908
- summer landscape, iwan trusz, early 20th c.
- blossoms, william henry holmes, 1927
i have been wanting to begin a series of posts for a while now to show what i've been finding out lately. what i've liked reading, what i've been coveting, what i've liked looking at, what made me laugh. what's going on. what has interested me, in general. just in case you were wondering. here's what:
electron micrographs of diatoms which produce 20% of the earth's oxygen // this article on prince charles made me snort laugh the longest // let's listen to men discuss women's issues and let's talk to our sons about those issues too // an eloquent piece on DOMA // did you know picasso did some constellation drawings? i did not know that. // i loved Jessica's piece on happiness // i just want to have a small bee for a little pet. that is all. // bought this book for geoff's birthday at his request and then fell madly in love with it myself
image: Eleanor, New York, 1945, Harry Callahan