i actually finished lisa sarsfield’s book labyrinth last sunday, but since she had just posted i felt i should let her contributions to kim’s book stew a bit before i posted my contributions to her book. i think now enough time has passed that i don’t feel as if i’m stepping on toes or anything…
part one of this post is on our pulp blog: http://pulpredux.blogspot.com.
so, if you want to see see the first pages first,
pop on over there FIRST then come back here to see the rest.
the book is called labyrinth so i’m creating a maze for you to go through if you want to see all of the pics. i’m mean.
detail/side shot of the back page of the pieces i created for lucky dip lisa’s book. i like making random boxes and compartments from scratch so i created one here. had no idea what i was going to use it for initially, but i figured it out later. 😉
detail of the top of the boxy page, with a nice old “labyrinth” of pretty brass knotwork.
a little abacus of old beads, rusty wire and rusty brads (remember, my camera is evil and makes rust disappear — it’s way better in person). lisa likes things that move, ya know…
close up of the mica covered, twine tied box:
untitled and uncovered box… a wee little nest i made with 5 1940s vintage beads nestled inside and a secret scroll note to lisa.
the nest in my cute hand. the cute nest in my hand, rather. my camera actually shows the rust this time if you enlarge. ‘about time!
side view from the spine side…
side view from the page side. love the threads atop the whole thing! (that’s my pretty chocolate colored new couch it’s on, by the way).
all done! that is my contribution to lisa’s book. i will be sending it off to lisa jurist tomorrow (if i can find a large enough box!). woohoooo!