I”ve been working on a project for the last few months, which involves this wonderful tin lithography Marx colonial dollhouse that my friend Nan loaned me:
I took a bunch of photos…here are two:
And then I photoshopped them, so they all have this graphic effect:
…which, I don’t know. I can’t tell at this point if that was a mistake or not. It’ll probably be a while before I can decide one way or the other.
Because of all this indecision, I’m holding off on doing a print edition of this project and instead I’m publishing it as a webzine. You can see the complete “Going Home” right here.
Can you go home again?
This was originally (and still is) a print zine, but now it can also be seen in its entirety as a web zine! Right here.
Here’s my table set-up at Short Run. Tom’s tabling next to me: check out his work at CommaDrift!
Short Run was great. It’s the kind of event where I wish there was two of me: one to table, and one to wander the aisles, looking at everyone’s work. There is SO MUCH TERRIFIC WORK here. It’s a little intimidating, but mostly inspiring…my head is buzzing with plans and new projects.
Seattle is really lucky to have this show. Thanks to everyone who stopped by. I really enjoyed talking to you all!
Tomorrow’s the big day! I’ve got my zines boxed and bagged. I’ve got my little tabling assistant (man, is he excited). I think I’m ready.
Need Short Run details? Please check out shortrun.org. I can’t think of a better way to spend a rainy Saturday in Seattle than among independent zines, comics, a whole bunch of creative people, and baked goods. Come on down!
Congratulations, doll, I’m casting you in my next photo zine.
Sorry, little rabbit, you have a nice look but it’s not quite right for this project. Best of luck in your future endeavors.