Cheryl penn's Blog – September 2010 Archive (3)

INSTRUCTIONS for The Crimson Giant and The Tower of Babel

The Crimson Giant and The Tower of Babel

Dear Fellow Collaborators,

This project we are embarking on is an organic process. Please do not stress about time limits, the use of a particular style etc. The greatness of this work is going to be the diversity of voices, the differing methodologies and artistic styles and the diverse interpretations of the

title. The broad idea behind the book is the…


Added by cheryl penn on September 30, 2010 at 5:28pm — 6 Comments

A Blog Post for Bifidus Jones by Cheryl Penn The Backbone of the World

Mail Art received 22nd October 2010

I received one of Bifidus' beautifully quiet but intense collages as a contribution to The World is a Town Project. It is so well made it survived the journey to Africa with narry a scratch. Bifidus, it is beautifully integrated - anatomical text with mapping - the text and linear elements of the map and spine drawing are seamless.

I was going to call it - Is The World Spineless, but… Continue

Added by cheryl penn on September 27, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

The World is a Town

The World is a Town is a unique artist's book I made in 2009. It is based on the Novgorod Codex which dates back to the 11th century. For further information on this book see my website - it is Book 38.

ANYWAY!! I intend to disseminate this work as Mail Art. Everyone who sends me mail art interpreting the title "The World is a Town" will receive a mail art piece of this book. I will collate/bind the received… Continue

Added by cheryl penn on September 23, 2010 at 5:53pm — 5 Comments

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