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So over the last few months I have been designing an accordion fold book to be screen printed for, oddly enough, screen printing class. The book has images in it that I scavenged from my grandmothers photo album of her father on a buffalo ranch in South Dakota in the early 1900’s. The writing that accompanies the imagery is her handwriting retelling the stories of why these photos are so important to her. By the end of the 2012 spring semester I should have an interactive piece to accompany this piece. But that’s a whole different story.

Anyway, if you want to see the making of, go here

So after….

20oz of glue
51 ft of chip board
612 ft of paper
140oz of ink

Here is the final piece.

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There are also some detail shots here

Anyway, as always. thanks for reading! When I get back from my trip I’ll have some photos from a boneyard of sorts…more info to follow…

-nattles

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Hello all,

I just wanted to tell you guys about a few things, I’m in a group show at “Club 209” on Brady St. and Boulder St. They’re open Thursday-Sunday. If you wanted to go by, there’s a bunch of work in there from all of us in the print classes. There are prints that rang from screen printing to lithography and mono-types… anyway, here are some pictures of what the show looks like.

From Left to right: My work, Michelle Martin is the middle and the top right, John Bryant bottom right

From Left to right: My work, Michelle Martin is the middle and the top right, John Bryant bottom right

Club 209: Our work is on the left and right walls

Club 209: Our work is on the left and right walls

One of the walls....

One of the walls....

Another wall...

Another wall...

The club had board games and such...you can see some of our work behind their heads.

The club had board games and such...you can see some of our work behind their heads.

It was an exciting show to hang, and a great little venue….but if you have time, drop on by, or give me a call and I’ll take you over there.

Plus One…..
Also, I would like to thank TOMS Shoes for uploading my photos to their facebook site. That’s a pretty exciting thing, and an incredible gesture.

My photos on TOMS Shoes facebook page.

My photos on TOMS Shoes facebook page.

If you want to see in on the site itself….this link might work, I’m not sure. But if you don’t “like” TOMS on facebook, you won’t be able to see the photos until you do. Just FYI.

Anyway, that’s about it. The show went well, I sold that bottom print; “The Queen” so that’s good news. 🙂

Thanks for reading. See you soon.

-Natalie

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