"here puck from amsterdam.
It's fun that you like my works. Thank you.
My website is under construction, because I worked outside the country, but there are some other works to see www.puckbramlage.com
best wishes from puck."
"dear janet, we have a lot in common, you are right. I was reading your trips to Mali and I understand exact what an experiense it was. Because I made in 2986 the same trip with an camion, same problems. My background is like yours, but I'm…"
Hallo lieve Puck, zonet heb ik je boodschap gelezen, heel spannend dat je het nu zo eens hebt gedaan. Ik heb je onmiddellijk teruggemaild, "add comment" aangedingest om te ontdekken, dat ik de brief aan jou zodoende aan mijzelf had geschreven. Lekker stom. Ik weet nog steeds niet hoe deze site precies werkt. Anyway all the success with your new book that you made for Egypt, Alexandrie. Love, love, love, hope to see you soon, Marijke
Puck, I would love to meet you in London some time this year and it would be great to see and touch some of your books. I am sure they are wonderful. Am sending you my very best wishes for the quick ending of your house renovation.
You can write me by email if you wish:
endapress AT blueyonder DOTco DOTuk
Hi Natalie, At this moment I've no time to travel, but as quick as possible I'll try to go to Londen. Hope to see you there. Many of my books are made from handmade amatl paper. I've the bark from Mexico, I worked there sometimes and take the bark with me to holland. In my studio I make the paper, and I try to make from the Nepalese Lokta the same way and proces special paper.
Most of my books are made from amatl. I like your books, because they are inspiring me, I think they are filling a whole library. Do you have still time to sleep now and than? And the discussion about artist books, the first started in 1870. I've given many lectures for museums, because in the Netherlands it's still a little bit strange. But the CODA Museum has since last year 3 books from me..... there is hope for us here. Good night, puck
Dear Natalie, I could not find your e-mail but have seen your blog, looking through your mirror and your portraits,
makes me smiling. We can share ideas by mail too. And you are always welcome in Amsterdam. I have to upgrade my website, because I'll try to make it in english and updated. But there are only 24 hours in a day, and 7 days in a week and so on, but i'll do my very best. best wishes from amsterdam. puck.
Dear Puck, how amazing, you were actually reading me! I wish I'd met you at my show in the Hague - I can't believe it was way back in 1992. If you're ever in London, please get in touch, I would love to meet you and talk about our work. My email address is on the sidebar of my blog:
Dear Puck thank for your warm welcome words. we first met in Nepal and now in a world wide artistbook world.!! That feels good for world-citizens as we are.
Glad to be your frind , you are inspirering for me too. curious to see other artistbook worlds on this site.
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