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    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Lorena Xavier Aquino

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Lorena Xavier Aquino
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    Welcome to the ninth interview in the 100 Days of Papertint Conversations! Get to meet Lorena Xavier Aquino, a journalist from Brazil, with whom I spent a lot of time during my stay there.

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Andreea Iancu

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Andreea Iancu
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    Welcome to the eighth interview in the 100 Days of Papertint Conversations! Meet Andreea Iancu, a talented photographer and interior designer from Romania.

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Jamie Crowley

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Jamie Crowley
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    Welcome to the seventh interview in the 100 Days of Papertint Conversations! Meet Jamie Crowley from Northern Virginia, USA! This series is about connecting with winners from my 100 Days Project by learning more about their background, and how they connect with art.

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Anna Jo

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Anna Jo
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    Welcome to the sixth interview in the 100 Days of Papertint Conversations! Meet Anna Jo, all the way from the Philippines! This series is about connecting with winners from my 100 Days Project by learning more about their background, and how they connect with art.

    Making of a book: Part 3

    Making of a book: Part 3
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    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. 

    Making of a book: Part 1

    Making of a book: Part 1
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    This book embodies my work created over 100 days, which consisted of making a painting a day and sending it to someone around the world. At the end of the project, I wanted to create a book of all the paintings, as a reflection of the journey and the way I got to virtually meet art lovers everywhere. This is part 1 of a series of blog posts that will explain the whole process of creating a book, which I hope will inspire others to explore their creativity as well.

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Kendall Chinn

    100 Days of Papertint Conversations: Kendall Chinn
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    Art is as much about self reflection, as it is about connection. I enjoyed sharing my 100 paintings with people around the world, and now I’d like to take that connection further by starting a new interview series on my blog, called 100 Days of Papertint Conversations. I will be interviewing winners from my creative challenge, to learn more about their background and how they connect with art.

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