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Philip is now available as a print, iPhone case, and stationary in my Society 6 shop! 

2 months ago
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2 months ago
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New in our webstore! Here’s the first interior spread from
Impractical Labor’s 4th Annual Festival To Plead For Skills ($5.00)
Another beautifully crafted publication by our friends at ILSSA. The labor that went into this booklet may be impractical but it sure paid off in terms of aesthetics! Here’s more about this group and the event that this publication was produced for, quoted from atlengthmag.com:
"The Festival to Plead for Skills is ILSSA’s key event. Rather than pleading, ILSSA members spend July 7 in practice. A celebration of the generative and meditative experience of slow work (ILSSA’s coda is the enthusiastic cry: “As Many Hours As It Takes!!!”), some of the activities from ILSSA members on July 7, 2012, are documented here. These are windows into workshops identified by a local (area code) and shop name. These are views of “impractical” practice: the peculiar act of practicing under the midsummer sky.–Elaine Bleakney”

halfletterpress:

New in our webstore! Here’s the first interior spread from

Impractical Labor’s 4th Annual Festival To Plead For Skills ($5.00)

Another beautifully crafted publication by our friends at ILSSA. The labor that went into this booklet may be impractical but it sure paid off in terms of aesthetics! Here’s more about this group and the event that this publication was produced for, quoted from atlengthmag.com:

"The Festival to Plead for Skills is ILSSA’s key event. Rather than pleading, ILSSA members spend July 7 in practice. A celebration of the generative and meditative experience of slow work (ILSSA’s coda is the enthusiastic cry: “As Many Hours As It Takes!!!”), some of the activities from ILSSA members on July 7, 2012, are documented here. These are windows into workshops identified by a local (area code) and shop name. These are views of “impractical” practice: the peculiar act of practicing under the midsummer sky.–Elaine Bleakney”

3 months ago
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