• Last four Saturdays I visited short course about composition in illustration by @m.art.az. One of the tasks was to create a chase story in the form of accordion book. Each spread was supposed to has original composition.
The sad but true story (according to certain research, of course) about how dinosaurs died out was born. • Последние четыре субботы я посещала интенсив Марты Журавской по композиции в иллюстрации. Одним из заданий было создание истории погони в виде книжки-гармошки. Каждый разворот должен был быть оригинальным по композиции.
Так родилась грустная, но правдивая история (согласно определенным энциклопедиям и исследованиям, конечно же) про то, как вымерли динозавры.
Only you know what’s right for you. Only you can do you. To know what we need we need to turn down the volume on all the outside noise. Spend some time today to listen in. What do you hear? Is there anything you need to adjust?
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Home sweet home... it’s time to show you some other projects I’ve been working on over the last couple of months:
One of it is a book about me written by @domosswald , from the German publisher “Kurz und bündig“.
I spent an interesting time with Dominik like travelling in Lebanon, climbing and talking about things I struggle with.
I opened myself like I barely do and so the book shows my real personality and vulnerability’s versus my shining sides.
You can preorder the book on the link in bio. Maybe a good present for Christmas?
One Swiss franc per sold book goes to the non profit organisation @climbaid
Thanks @domosswald for your curiosity and fresh and light way of writing. You rock!!!
#bookproject#theothersideofnina 📸 Tobias Sutter on the daily market in my hometown Grenoble
Whether you are planning some fun things for the last day before winter break or looking ahead to the new year, @mudandinkteaching has a great idea with this team building challenge! You could easily turn this into an active book talk as well! 🤗 Be sure to follow my bookish, travel-loving friend while you are over there learning more! @mudandinkteaching .
Here's another pic of our learners notebook :D it was taken by Virginia Bordaș, founder of a tech translations service company called Atelierul de Traduceri, and also one of our Patreons. Thanks to everyone who supports our work! 💙
PS: if you want to support our project, every $ is welcome :) Link in bio!
James Morris is an emerging photographer in the Diploma photography and Photo Imaging program.
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About James’s folio:
“I began this folio wanting to look at Interior photography and handmade furniture, but I began to realise I was drawn to the rough textures of handmade, rather than the smooth polished styled scapes. I was every going back to the detail the roughness of the pieces when I was looking for material. It is from this that I was drawn to ceramics. The allure of the textural quality of clay, the magnitude of ways it could be compressed, spun and moulded to give an object that was stepped in history but yet contemporary.
There is a revival of the handmade crafts, we see it every day from social media to large commercial content. We are drawn to it, as it often feels personal, like it was made solely for us. It is this that I wanted to capture. Ceramics make up one part of this revival, but it is one that is charging the way for shopping local and supporting emerging artists.
To book focuses on the emerging artist leading a ceramic revival. It captures what their practice means to them and how their art is shaped. They are champing the handmade and I was allowed a small but inspiring glimpse into their studio and practice.”
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Image by James Morris @jkmorrisphotography
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A capa é linda e não quem negue kkk. Mas já no início podemos sentir o peso dessa obra, que traz uma carga cultural enorme.
. Vocês conhecem a obra? Já leram ou estão lendo?