Ever since I started Papertint, I’ve been thinking a lot about ways to organize my art into projects, because I feel like it gives more meaning to my practice, and gives me a chance to improve my skills on a particular theme or subject.
These are the things that helped me come up with ideas for projects, so if you’re looking for some inspiration, I hope they can help you too.
Welcome to the 10th interview in the 100 Days of Papertint Conversations! Meet Nancy Moy, a calligrapher based in NYC.
This series is about connecting with winners from my 100 Days Project by learning more about their background, and how they connect with art.
A look into Peninsular
Welcome to the third and final part of a series that explains the entire process of creating the 100 Days of Papertint book.
In this post, I explain how Peninsular stationery shop do their craft, and how they managed to continuously improve their practice over the years. I chose to have the 100 Days of Papertint book made by them, because their story felt very close to my heart.
Welcome to part two of a series that explains the whole process of creating the 100 Days of Papertint book.
This interview series is about connecting with winners of my 100 Days Project by learning more about their background, and how they connect with art.
For the second interview from this series, meet Lydia!