I’m involved in a new postcard project: Postcards to Voters. Not only is this a new avenue of creative expression, but it’s doing something good for civic participation in our country.
This month’s CLMOOC postcard theme was remix.
This month at CLMOOC, we’re making map postcards. Here are mine.
We’ve been learning how to tie dye for a couple workshops we’re doing as a part of our library maker project, and while we were doing t-shirts, I thought “Hmmm…maybe this could be a postcard?” so I dyed some cheesecloth at the same time. Here are the results. Oh and the t-shirts turned out ok too.
These were my postcards for the Liberate Your Art project this year. (I just got them in under the wire, and it wasn’t quite what I’d planned to do, but I was glad to have participated.) It’s funny that while I’m not religious, both of these feature crosses. It’s a pretty universal symbol that’s easy Read more about Liberate your art[…]
This month’s CLMOOC data postcard theme was music. Here’s what I made.
As a part of the CLMOOC postcard project, a few of us decided to try creating some “data postcards” ala Dear Data. Here are my first ones, on “resolutions.” farmers market books postcard joy exercise sukha
I recently read the book Dear Data by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec. As some of you know, hearing about this project (on Twitter I think?) was part of the impetus behind the CLMOOC postcard project, so when I heard there was a book, I was ecstatic. I loved everything about this book, though it Read more about Data and postcards[…]
What do you love to see when you look out the window? When you look in the mirror, what do you see that others miss? What’s on your screen that brings you joy? What fills your heart with love? What do you think of when you stare out the window?