being sewn into a first run of ten little books
I’ve been going through some of my bookmarks collection for the book I’m reading…
All the bookmarks can be seen Here at the UWE Book Arts page
I made a new sketchbook for my watercolour skies and covered it in leftover leather scraps.
Book number three under way today. The Imperial Good Companion 5 makes a nice stand for a photo too.
I’ve had the same set of watercolours in a Windsor and Newton black enamel tin since I was a first year art student at Falmouth. Over the years the pans of colours have been renewed but it’s one of those little constants I return to that makes me feel secure. I started doing quick sketches in watercolour of lockdown skies in March. I didn’t think I would need to make another sketchbook to contain them all. Yesterday it was an even pale grey all day so I didn’t bother painting it. Today it looks more interesting so I may well do several. There are no rules other than to be guided by the wind.
Happy typewriter day. Celebrating the day in lockdown… 😉
I’m not sure I want to become addicted to jigsaw puzzles during the remainder of lockdown, which is just as well, as there seems to be a world shortage at the moment. I have been enjoying revisiting Brighton Rock. Pinkie is even worse than I remember him. And I understand Rose even less. If I could type on a jigsaw puzzle, I would
Normally I would browse second hand books for blackout poetry. Retyping the text out of necessity makes me think I should always do it this way from now on. I hope this is a way back into writing, a way to climb out of the lockdown brain fog pit
Who knew typewriter keys were the perfect drying rack for small prints?