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GRASSROOTS DRAWINGS PETER VERES
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Grassroots was a progressive community newspaper in Berkeley published by a collective of activists covering the various political stories in the city and beyond. The book presents the cartoons Veres drew for the paper, coupled with selections from many of the articles they illustrated, as well as some of his incidental drawings for columns and ads. It offers a look back at some of the issues of Berkeley politics, many of which are, unfortunately, still topical today.
Habit of Beauty John S. Schmitt
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John Schmitt founded Trivium School, the first in what became known as the classical education movement. Having interiorized the classical inheritance, he established a school that embodied what he himself had made his own. A teacher who presented the high ideal of Beauty, Goodness, and Truth, Schmitt would tell his students they are princes and princesses; heirs of the best that has been thought or said or made. He never tired of saying that beauty is in the thing in front of us—if only we had eyes to see. Schmitt had eyes to see. He understood that men must not only know the truth and do the good, but learn to delight in the beautiful, and to judge and make beautiful things. This is ...
Haiku & Senryu: Human Nature Illustrated with Fine Art By: John Thompson
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Haiku has been written for centuries since thee Heian period of Japanese culture (700-1100), the poet Matsuo Basho (1644 – 1694) infused a new sensibility and sensitivity to this form in the late seventeenth century. He transformed the poetics and turned the hokku into an independent poem, later to be known as haiku. Since the time of Basho, the history of haiku mirrors the Zen ideal that it oftentimes relates. While it has gone through many transformations, developments, and revisions, good haiku today is surprisingly similar as to when Basho developed the form in the seventeenth century. Of all the forms of poetry, haiku perhaps is the most demanding of the reader. It demands th ...
Hand Fabricated Origami Paper KD Stephens
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Whether you are looking for a crisp translucent paper, leather like texture, a mosaic, fiber or a color that simply can not be found, now you can have the perfect paper for your design. Inside you will find clear step by step instructions with full color photos for creating beautiful Origami paper - simply. Unlike making paper from scratch, this is a value added treatment for paper using common materials to produce pliability, texture, color and other qualities. The paper may be used over and over again. No exotic materials are necessary. This book is perfect for taking your Origami designs to the next level.
Her Purse Smelled Like Juicy Fruit Carl Wilson
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ISBN: 9781633180789
Created as a companion piece for his Hatch Art exhibit in Detroit, Her Purse Smelled like Juicy Fruit is award winning graphic artist Carl Wilson's poignant and humorous collection of memories of his mother, a woman who traveled from North Carolina to Detroit in the pre-civil rights era. Told primarily by Wilson's emotional linocut prints it will register with all who lovingly look back at their upbringing and the women who raised them.
heroes&villains michael hicks
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A collection of comic characters drawn with one single, continuous line that doesn't cross or touch.
Images Past and Present Meir Shapiro
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Imagining the Past Janet Turner Print Museum
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This exhibition is curated by CSU, Chico professor Corey Sparks with his Engl. 276, Early British Literature class. Under the direction of Dr. Corey Sparks, Imagining the Past is a collaborative cross discipline exhibition resulting from last spring’s English 276 Early British Literature class’s exploration of how contemporary prints might resonate imagistically through historic literature’s communicative devices. By the use of image-based analysis reflected by the investigation of historic assumptions and associations, the multi-stage writing projects sought to find personal relevance to the past with additional research that could probe the relevance of history, geography, theme, for ...
Indie Artist Handbook Charles 'ChuckT' Turner
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ISBN: 9798885671040
With advances in technology making it easier for people to create recording studios within their homes there has been an explosion of new beginning and up and coming underground artists in the last 15 years. But many don’t know how to make money from their music or how to properly promote their music to media outlets so they find themselves creating music but not having the success that they’re seeking. This book teaches its readers how to not only do those things but also discusses how to copyright and submit music to radio stations, and it gives resources for performance venues, record deals, playlists, a detailed explanation of what royalties are, how to secure them, and more. This b ...
Inhabitable: The Sense of City Janet Turner Print Museum
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