Sunday, October 26, 2014

The Week Links: 21

Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week.
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And here is Week 21...

A different view of "found" objects as prized souvenirs from Stephanie Rosenbloom in the NY Times.

A stunning set of assemblages from Donna Watson.

Loving these clever examples of street art by Borondo found on I Need A Guide.

Mark Montano has an easy to follow tutorial for making your own paper.

This art journal from Jose Naranja leaves me speechless in the best way possible.

First in a series from Ronda Palazzari: the basics of a paint brush.

Grace Bonney shares 10 things she has learned about life from blogging.

10 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

Thanks, Seth!
I'll check each one out...NOW!

elle said...

oooh! Hard to pick a favourite. But that journal video was riveting!

Win Dinn said...

Love the eclectic mixture of art, thought and point of view here...thanks for sharing them all.

PamelaArtsinSF said...

Seth -- wonderful, interesting links! And that NYT article HAD to be written about me! lol

Maureen said...

Wonderful assemblages. And that moleskin! Wow.

Gayle Price said...

Hey Seth, g'day from Australia....I did meet you in Melbourne this year at "aiydownunder" and still chuckle every time I recall your impersonation of "a dingo took my baby".....any way I just want to tell you how much I look forward to your "week links" each week. I have discovered so many interesting and inspiring people, artists, web sites, blogs etc. because of you and the time and thought you put into making it happen. So, THANK YOU.

Jo Murray said...

Of all these wonderful links, I keep going back to Borondo. Amazing!

layers said...

Seth, Thank you for including my blog post in your list of blogs to check out. I did go to all of them. They are all wonderful in their own unique ways.

Panama said...

Thank you, Seth. Your suggestions were very tasteful. I really enjoyed each offering.

Kay Wallace said...

Fantastic finds again this week, Seth. Loved watching the artists's hands turn those pages in Jose's most recent moleskine. Ronda's article was elementary, but just what I needed (shared on fb). Still, my favorite was the description of the "ultimate souvenir" by Stephanie Rosenbloom!