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Cheryl, the first time for me, hope I get on with this artist book 3.0 desktop, so, yes I would like to participate in this wonderful collaboration.
Best wishes from Germany
Hello Klaus and Laura :-) - great to have you both on-board. There are generally 7 - 8 participants who make a limited edition book (double sided) - photo examples below and then post to each other. I will collect your addresses later :-). Marian Crane (USA) and Lisa Iverson (USA) are also signed up. Any problems, questions let me know X
This was my Grey book:
I will sit this one out then as you have new takers.
But I will be looking in regularly.
Good luck and good fun.
Count me in!!!!!!
Cheryl, I would love to be part of it!
Count me too!
Ciao from Venezia
I'd like to get in on the new project as well: what's the next step?
Zea Morvitz, Inverness, California
if there is a space , i would love to be part of it, but I'm also happy to sit this one out if you are full up, i'm sure there will be heaps of other opportunities
Morning everyone - thank you for the great response. Please confirm that you will DEFINITELY be involved in this collaboration. I repeat - you will need to make 10 double-sided 4 fold books, measuring 10cm high x 40 cm long (A3 divided into 3) and that you will post a copy to each of the other participants. Theme - your interpretation, as free as you like - MUSIC. Please also note - make one/two extra as items DO get lost in the post. The standard set has been quite high, so again - thank you, and I am looking forward to this project.
The list is as follows:
Laura Hudson (New Zealand)
Klaus von Mirbach (Germany)
Marian Crane (USA)
Lisa Iverson (USA)
Stephanie Turnbull (UK)
Svenja Wahl (Germany)
Tiziana Barrachi (Italy)
Cheryl Penn (South AFrica)
Zea Morvitz (USA)
Kathy Boyle (New Zealand)
Cheryl, yes, definitly, i am happy, i am involved, good morning. But I guess I didnt understand exactly the meauring of the books. I mean, in your pics above it looks like a book with 4 pages 10 cm x 10 cm that is a book 10 cm high and the width is 40 cm. If I devide a A 3: the height 30 cm in 3 part and the width 40 cm in 4 parts I get this book. Sorry my question is a long and winding road , and in fact it is quiet simple, isnt it? Best wishes
I'm all in, Cheryl! Have I missed the deadline announcement? xoxo Svenja
Nope - you're in time :-) - on the list X