Ink on Paper

Author: Brad Cran
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780889712812
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Brad Cran's highly anticipated second book of poetry, Ink on Paper, is a compelling collection of political poems that seek to elucidate our relationships with our surroundings as well as those who surround us. Cran, former Poet Laureate for the City of Vancouver, masterfully constructs images held in contradictory tension, as in his civic poem, "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Grey Whale and Ending with a Line from Rilke": And there you were below the mountains in the heart of the city gazing at the grey whale. You must change your life. Cran's poems are a fresh, provocative examination of urban culture, the natural world and issues of social justice, told with keen awareness and a gritty poetic precision.

Paper and Ink Workshop

Author: John Foster
Publisher: Rockport Pub
ISBN: 1592538606
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Go behind the scenes in the creation of incredible pieces of design and art, using silkscreen, letterpress, and woodblock printing and learn the techniques needed to produce amazing final prints.

Wood Ink Paper

Author: G. Brender à Brandis
Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill
ISBN: 9780889840294
Format: PDF, Kindle
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`This volume, which brings together more than seventy woodcuts and an excellent introduction by the artist, carries with it the same brooding quality of that first print I saw of the Baldoon mystery house. The lines are rich and black, and the images -- abandoned schoolhouses, solitary silos, rough hewn barrels -- are like pastoral poems. In fact, this emphasis on nature and the small size of the woodcuts with the accompanying feeling on compactness and economy, suggests an affinity to the Japanese haiku. Brender à Brandis' ability to capture mood is unparalleled. `In this book he draws us into scenes like that of a windswept kite set against a blustery spring day with the skeletal branches and fence rows, or that of a gigantic setting sun blazing through a field of winter wheat, or the quietude of an upstairs room in a farmhouse. There are also pictures of abandoned broken windmills, fishing tugs, pine washstands, black-eyed susans, windowsills ... all quiet, contemplative and reserved.'

Ink Paper Metal Wood

Author: Kathan Brown
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
ISBN:
Format: PDF
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Brown offers detailed explanations of each printmaking process, in-depth, portraits of the artists she has worked with, guidelines for collectors, and a history of her press.

Ink on Paper

Author: Yue Feng
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1365192423
Format: PDF, Docs
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A collection of ink on paper illustrations by illustrator Yue Feng.

Mind Soul Ink Paper

Author: Rachel Starr Thomson
Publisher: Rachel Starr Thomson
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In this collection of essays, author Rachel Starr Thomson delves into the heart of writing and reading as a Christian. Thought-provoking and delightful, Mind Soul Ink Paper includes some of Rachel's most popular and eclectic work. Highlights include "Hero Hunting," "Paint the Light," and "Beauty and the Beast," which explore the influence of writers like George MacDonald and Tolkien while sounding a call for Christian fiction that is vibrant and beautiful. "Fire Words" examines the written work of famous 19th-century missionary Amy Carmichael, ending with a paragraph that sums up the thrust of Thomson's work as well: "It is the eternal in books that makes them our friends and teachers—the paragraphs, the verses, that grip memory and ring down the years like bells, or call like bugles, or sound like trumpets; words of vision that open to us undying things and fix our eyes on them.” Other essays collected here include "Mind Soul Ink Paper," "Living the Past," and "Our Father."

Ink

Author: Amanda Sun
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 037321071X
Format: PDF
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Moving to Japan in the aftermath of a family tragedy, Katie develops feelings for kendo team star Tomohiro while observing how strange things happen with pens, ink, and drawings whenever they are near to one another.

Printing Paper and Ink

Author: Charles Finley
Publisher: Delmar Pub
ISBN:
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Everything your students will need to know on the subject of paper and ink can finally be found in one book! Printing Paper and Inks examines paper and ink from the perspectives of their manufacture, physical characteristics, performance, testing and interrelationships. Chapters on purchasing, color theory, the printing process and environmental issues are also included. The text comes complete with chapter study questions, a glossary and test bank.

Fully Booked

Author: Anna Sinofzik
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag-DGV
ISBN: 9783899554649
Format: PDF
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Fully Booked : Ink on Paper is a showcase of innovative books and other print products at the vanguard of a new era for printed publications - one that is likely to be the most exciting in their entire history. This book is structured into five chapters that each represent a key role that print plays today : The Storyteller, The Showmaster, The Teacher, The Businessman, and The Collector. From personal projects with the smallest print runs to premium artist books or brand publications, the selection of work presented here celebrates the tactile experience. Featuring innovative printing and binding techniques as well as radical editorial and design concepts, this work explores the distinctiveness of design, mate-rials, workmanship, and production methods - and pushes their limits. Fully Booked : Ink on Paper includes work by groundbreaking designers and design studios, such as A Practice for Everyday Life, Coralie Bickford-Smith, Irma Boom, Deutsche & Japaner, John Gall, Joost Grootens, Julia Hasting, Heimann und Schwantes, Jung + Wenig, Konst & Teknik, Leftloft, Made Thought, Peter Mendelsund, Niessen & de Vries, Prill Vieceli Cremers, Raffinerie AG, and Studio Laucke Siebein. Its stunning range of visual examples is put into context by texts from Andrew Losowsky, books editor at The Huffington Post.