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Creating Community and Artist Books. An Interview with Joan Birkett

Joan Birkett, an artist from the UK, has collaborated several times with Art Byte Critique. Currently, she is part of the UK contingent sharing a table with Art Byte Critique at the Tokyo Art Book Fair Ginza Edition at Sony … Continue reading

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Odding Wang Talks About Sequential Art and Monogatari.

The first time I met Odding was at the Sequential Art Meetup in July, but we never got a chance to talk. During the set-up for the Monogatari exhibition at Tokyo Chapter in October, we discovered we had a lot in common–especially … Continue reading

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Interview with Carol Miller about Artist Books

I haven’t met Carol Miller in person… yet. But through another artist, Joan Birkett, we’ve collaborated on a couple of art book exhibitions. Carol is also a very talented illustrator. Her graphite drawings for Drawlloween 2018 are amazing. I was … Continue reading

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Louise Rouse Exhibition: Solo at 30

Today I talked with Louise Rouse who is having an exhibition at Sendagi Kukan. Louise and I collaborated on photos I wrote about in Yukatas in the Park. I was fascinated with her prints. Her prints remind me of modern-day … Continue reading

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Yukata in the Park

I recently shot a great collaboration project with Louise Rouse and Michelle Zacharias. We worked on direct mail images for Louise’s print show, Solo at 30, at Sendagi Kukan and for invites for her birthday party. Louise did the concept … Continue reading

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Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014: Interview with Book Artist Young-ju Choi

I have another Tokyo Art Book Fair interview from Korean book artist Young-ju Choi. I purchased one of her books, Make a Guiess. It is a lovely type or riddle book using different textures and cut-outs which interact with the … Continue reading

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