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  1. Swell Things No. 3

    March 31, 2013 by Erin Fletcher


    1. Incredible Wooden Marble Machines (and videos) from a Swiss designer and artist // Paul Grundbacher
    2. These highly structured and detail sculptures are constructed from paper. Unbelievable! Designed by Irving Harper
    3. Creatively sculpted ceramic vessels and plates // Shawn Spangler
    4. David Meowie
    5. Masterfully illustrated paper designs and portraits // Eiko Ojala


    6. Silkscreen printed Masks Cushion in Neon Coral // Hazel Stark
    7. Miniature Dream House slipcase for an accordion artist book // Jacquie Duruisseau
    8. I recently had an enthralling conversation about gender roles with the talented artist Katrina Majkut whose current work focuses on traditional wedding festivities.
    9. Stone Eye is a collection of poetry from Kentucky’s former poet laureate, Richard Taylor. Two editions were printed by Gray Zeitz of Larkspur Press with wood engravings by Canadian artist Wesley Bates. Thirty-one copies were bound by Guild members for a 2002 Midwest Chapter of the Guild of Bookworkers exhibit. The exhibition can still be seen online at Northwestern University.
    10. The psychedelic collage work of Serpentfire available at Society6.


    11. Need a laugh? Head over to the Irony Lab for some quirky and unusual sentiments // Tim McCool
    12. A recent Etsy obsession – Black Leather & Blue Triangles Pouch // Blackbird and The Owl 
    13. Swiss photographers Taylor Onorato and Nico Krebs cleverly extend the lines and angles of buildings with the careful placement of wooden beams.
    14. Jason and I have been obsessed with shipwrecks lately. These detailed ceramic pieces from Jon Gariepy caught my eye and drew me in.
    15. I love the odd nature of Laura Carlin’s ceramic work.

  2. Artist: Leah Reena Goren

    January 2, 2013 by Erin Fletcher


    You will fall in love Leah Reena Goren, trust me. She’s an all around superstar, transforming her watercolor illustrations into delightful decor for your home and body. Leah’s work has been scattered all over the internet at various boutiques and blogs. I’ve already raved about her Moon Phase Scarf, a most recent collaboration for Leah, Rachael & Julia

    Over at Etsy you will find even more scarves and other garments, as well as totes and prints for your walls. Even though she’s currently on holiday vacation, bookmark it and check her out at Society6.


    Plus, she’s got a thing for drawing flowers and cats, which I just can’t resist ogling.

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  3. Artist: Jennifer Sánchez

    October 4, 2012 by Erin Fletcher

    I love to layer, this is true when it comes to my fashion, my work and my plate. So it’s fair to say that I love Jennifer Sánchez’s paintings. Each piece dons neon colors layered onto neutral tones, shapes zigging and zagging in all different directions, patterns overlapping patterns.  Jennifer’s work is available all over the internet: buy original work on Etsy, open editions at Society6, or fabric prints at Spoonflower. Then you can make your own garment and layer up. 

  • My name is Erin Fletcher, owner and bookbinder of Herringbone Bindery in Boston. Flash of the Hand is a space where I share my process and inspirations.
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