Sunday, March 8, 2015

The Week Links: 40

Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week.
All previous links can be found here.

And here is Week 40...


A hidden collection of rare and beautiful Japanese textiles in Brooklyn - found on Cool Hunting.

Pics from the Magnificent Objects: The Artist as Collector exhibition at The Barbican in London. Also found on Cool Hunting. And an article from the New York Times.

Love the "dreamy" quality to the work of Marisa Purcell highlighted in this post from est magazine and her thoughts on the creative process shown on this video.

140+ stunning paper art projects found on Paper Art Love.

Veronica Funk shares a list of the books that have impacted her creative life.

Easy to follow, use-what-you-have, step by step introduction to book binding from Trisha Too.

The unique and amazing prints from Leonardo Drew exhibiting at Pace Prints in NYC (via Artsy).


11 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

I will share www.paperartlove.com with
my collage students!
They will love this so much.
Thanks SETH!

annie said...

Seth, this is a wonderful group of links, I love Leonardo Drew so much, one of my top ten favorite artists, thank you! xoxo

Danie May said...

Thanks for mentioning Unruly PaperArts this week and in particular the wonderful article by our Creative Contributor Trisha Too which was part of our Fully Booked Issue last month. I'm off to check out all the other wonderful links you have mentioned.

elle said...

The textiles, the ethereal art, that paper cutting, the book making and books and that great wood sculpture made for a wonderful Sunday visual vacation! :)

Pamela Gerard said...

Ooo!! Unruly Papers post is just terrific. What a fun name for a blog and what a great tutorial. Thanks for this, Seth.

Jo Murray said...

This is a superb collection Seth. Love those Japanese textiles....and the way Marisa Purcell works...and, and, and. THANK YOU.

Kay Wallace said...

Loved the video interviews this week, Seth! Trisha Too is always a winner in my book! Thanks again for ferreting these out for us!

Stephanie said...

Great list this week! Thanks Seth

trisha too said...

Thank you for the list, AND for the link up!

:)

Jacki Long said...

THANKS SETH!
LOVED THE JAPANESE TEXTILES IN BROOKLYN!
YOU ARE SO KIND TO US.

Carol said...

Thank you, Seth, as usual a fascinating collection. I spent such a long time on the paper arts - brilliant!