For Tokyo’s 2020 Virtual Art Book Fair, come with me while I share my observations and sketchbook impressions from three different art adventures I have had in the past couple of years. Join me on my visits to the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam, Tate Modern in London, and Venice Biennale in Italy. You will see various artworks through myContinue reading “Tokyo’s Virtual Art Book Fair 2020 and Museum Sketchbooks”
Since 2012 I have been a member of Art Byte Critique here in Tokyo, Japan and it has been a game changer for me. We are an international group representing Japan and several countries around the world. We greatly appreciate our inclusion in the write up by INDIE Magazine, July 21, 2017 by Hannah CassensContinue reading “Art Byte Critique: ‘Game Changing Art Collective…’”
My first book fair and, according to Zine’s Mate, it is the largest in Asia! My boothmates definitely agree that it’s huge, the amount of art books, zines, paper supplies, printers, and all the accessories seems to cover acres of booths. Tokyo Art Byte Critique’s Booth No. H-05 has been enjoying the amazing flood ofContinue reading “A Booth at the Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014”
Today is all about the buttons! Putting those finishing touches on my Travel Journals for the Tokyo Art Book Fair this weekend. For every 5 buttons I sew, there is a small Pumpkin Kit Kat reward! Button, button, button, button, button, pumpkin kit kat, button, button, button…
I’ve been busy Longstitch Binding the last of my map-paged Travel Journals to be shown at the Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014. Special Thanks to Sea Lemon’s Longstitch Bookbinding tutorial on YouTube. Filmed using Hyperlapse. Came out blurrier than expected, sorry about that.
My largest piece in the Migration/Navigation art book series is just about done. So far the series includes Travel Journals, each with unique map pages, and mini art books called mamebons. I have also completed other map art books with Migration/Navigation themes such as, Route 66 and the Montgolfier Brothers hot air balloon. This largeContinue reading “Migration/Navigation Art Book Series – Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014”