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In Context: Remembering a Quiet Time, Just Last November

In today’s “In-Context” post you can read about the events of the day on the two featured page spreads. (Click on them and they will enlarge.) As Thanksgiving approached, the first in 40 years which we didn’t have Dick’s folks with us (his father passed away in 2019), we were trying to discover our new […]

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In Context—More Pep Talks from the Archives

Still organizing scans and papers here. This scan from January contained a note Dick left for me when he went off to work and I was left at home trying to cope with “the Zombie Eye.” (Which is what we call the super large contact lens meant to control the shape of my oddball left […]

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Almost Speechless

It has been an intense and difficult two months in the US since the murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police. Last week I saw something I never thought I’d see. (As a child I was out of the country in 1968.)  Masked Federal agents putting people, who were exercising their right to protest, […]

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Notice Everything When You Get the Chance…

Everyone knows I love drawing people who have interesting ears. Everyone’s ears are so different. There are different types of ears, and different ways they attach on the head. So many variations. And all contribute to our recognition of the person. But what I love most is ears that stick out a bit from the […]

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A Short Video about My Favorite Brush Pens

I love using the Pentel brush pens with the squeezy bodies, and of course the Pentel Pocket Brush pen. You can read more about them and see them in some different packaging in this linked blog post. Today I’m posting short video I made for my Patreon—RozInterim subscribers. (The video appears at the base of […]

Examples of the Simple Round Back Spine structure with cloth covered boards and recessed labels. (The book in the back has a raised label effect we will discuss.)

Bookbinding: Final Offering of Simple Round Back Spine Class Registration Closes Friday

Registration for “The Simple Round Back Spine” online bookbinding class closes July 10, 2020, 6 p.m.  Class begins on Saturday, July 11, 2020 with all lessons dropping at once so that students can work at their own pace during the month. I’ll be available to answer your questions. (I recommend that students aim to make […]

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