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conversation around a napkin

As I was cleaning this morning I was listening to music from my iTunes library. After Alexi Murdoch’s Song For You ended, I heard my voice. I walked up to my computer to see what it was but the recording was untitled. Then I heard someone else’s voice: Simon’s. I had forgotten about these 14 minutes of our time […]

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two women, two hopes

Because this week I’ve been immersed in all things Mai (even this journal is named after her), I’m going to include last night’s ‘The Hidden Light of Objects’ reading photos in this post.

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the book of curtains } me and rui

It’s so rare that I’m inspired by contemporary art these days. And when I say ‘inspired’ I mean loving a body of work so much that I’m compelled to emulate it. I’ve been following Rui Tsunoda on Twitter and fell in love with his drawings. For the past two days I’ve been fiddling around with my pencils, markers, […]

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wet days, dry nights

Thank you Loft965 for introducing me to this so-it-was-written-about-me-and-you song that made my eyes rain. Tina Dico, Mines 

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rainbow rise

My poor packages. I love and savor them so much that their unwrapping often resembles a titillating striptease at a gentleman’s club; a slow denuding involving photography, discreet or not.

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a journal with a new, not-completely-found purpose

So I’ve repurposed my original new journal. To me right now, it feels like a book which delves a little deeper into my subconscious than my more conventional journals. And because of the unfavorable way the pages reacted with my inks, it’s forced me to be more experimental and try new techniques. And that’s almost always a […]

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new journal } months of mai

Ok, I need to explain something. This is my new new journal. The book itself is actually one of four I ordered originally from Hope House Press. I kept one-which would become ‘The Brand New and Improved Testament’-and gifted three, each to a special friend, whom I will refer to as M, S and T. And […]

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