5/6/08

A book from Japan

Lately, work, only means getting ready for the Stationery Show in NYC. Except some teaching and a few trips to the park with my children, one enjoyable distraction came in the mail, today. I have ordered a beautiful Japanese book from Pomadour24 and it is more inspiring then aspected. I love Japanese aesthetic, the simplicity and photography in the book are amazing. There are plenty of more books to order through the same site, on different subjects. The book here listed, is about eraser stamping on any kind of surface. Which it also reminded me of the charming stamping work on cotton ribbons, done by Caroline of Paloma's Nest.





The following image from Paloma's Nest.

3 comments:

ya-graphic design said...

I love your blog. :)

i roberti said...

Ciao Angela, scusami ma i timbini sono intagliati nella balsa?
curiosità...
baci roberta

i roberti said...

...sono riuscita a rifare i timbri come pensavo...appena riesco a farne una piccola serie li posto...grazie
thank you for this link. I made the stamps..I used and work wood like when I was to University..I felt very nice.
bye bye
roberta

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