Airplane miniprint in the shop!
A week or two ago, I opened up an Etsy shop for the Field Office. I thought it might be a good framework for some projects that I’ve been wanting to do but did’t have any outlet for. The idea is to start with some prints that reflect the sketchbooks that I’ve always loved to … Read More
During our five months on the road, I thought a lot about practice. I used this time to hit the reset button on my own studio practice and begin to master some work habits that had always alluded me. I thought about focus, frustration, fear, confidence, being overwhelmed, and endurance. I though about the necessity of … Read More
Yesterday I was listening to The Last Quiet Places, an interview with the acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton on the radio show On Being. So good—defining silence as a presence and the absence of noise instead of the absence of sound. This interview resonated so much with me, a person who seeks daily refuge from city noises … Read More
By Rebecca The alarm goes off at 6:30am. We work like crazies so that we can go to the beach in the afternoon. This is the way here. Well, this is supposed to be the way all of the time, but there isn’t usually an 80 degree day + an ocean as incentive. On my … Read More
by Rebecca Anthony scooted over to the table across the aisle and began building something with the blocks that were on the table top. When he was finished, the blocks spelled “Berlin.” But there was a structural problem with the “n” making it collapse and sending the rest of the letters down like dominoes. This … Read More
My copy of Behind the Zines finally arrived. I wrote about each of the self-published works featured in this book. It was a fun project because the content was so diverse; pieces were serious and playful, straightforward and conceptual, experimental and well-established. A few of the projects that extra-caught my eye were Cabin and Woods, … Read More