Tag Archives: Artist’s Books


What to do when you can’t find the right tool for the job

I am stymied in my 200 artist book manufacture. The first 35 went quickly into production and I utilized E6000 glue to create the spine. E6000 will secure a live chicken to the bumper of a Volvo.  But now the book covers will be comprised of matchbook covers and I need small, ever so tiny, staples to secure the spines. Stapled Spines. Sounds like a punk rock group, doesn’t it? Or like my personal spine, lumbar-fused with pedicle screws. For […]

Artist’s Books As Environmental Art – The Sok Gallery

If everything old is new again, then my creating artist’s books from discarded textbooks is Vintage NuvoFluxus in its essence. The artist formerly known as me completed 15 Artist Books last week, complete with a sok for each and a cotton-string tag explaining the idea behind the book. Portrait of same to be included in Sok Gallery of Outsider Texts* which is scheduled to go online early April 2010. *that’s not a link Speaking of me. No, let’s talk about […]