Spirit Book of the Spirit Books – Week 10

Posted: August 5, 2013 by Mo Crow in spirit book
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Spirit Book no 40Spirit Book no 40
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, grass, vintage Silkworm thread, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 41Spirit Book no 41
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, bookbinders mull, white linen thread, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 43Spirit Book no 43
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, found hessian that was no longer holding up a street tree, skeletonized Hydrangea leaf, vintage Silkworm thread, Eucalyptus seed pods, glass beads, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 44Spirit Book no 44
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, bookbinders mull, pin pricked edge with assorted size needles, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 46Spirit Book no 46
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, vintage Silkworm thread, Bangalow Palm inflorescence, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 48Spirit Book no 48
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, bookbinders mull, graphite pencil
Spirit Book no 49Spirit Book no 49
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, vintage Silkworm thread, white glass beads, sepia ink, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic, graphite pencil
The 10th week of making the spirit book of Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord’s portfolio of Spirit Books
here’s the links to Week 9, Week 8,  Week 7, Week 6, Week 5, Week 4Week 3, Week 2 & Week 1
(NB just click on the pics to see more details)

Comments
  1. deanna7trees says:

    i especially love that page with the leaf and the stitching you did in the corners. it’s looking great.

    • Mo Crow says:

      there’s only 6 pages to go and then I will integrate the covers with the foredge, a very interesting project responding to each of Susan’ books each day

  2. Mo,
    I’ve been looking through all of your posts and I’m just astounded at how much work you can produce in so short a time! This book is wonderful, but along with the gorgeous, evocative fabric/stitching/feathers pieces and the ongoing brilliant crow illustrations, I am truly humbled…

  3. Sweetpea says:

    I can’t even imagine what this must be like in person as I have the strongest desire to run my fingers along those stitched edges. All of this, quite quite wonderful !

  4. Carol says:

    More tactile gorgeousness, Mo, do you find it hard to keep your hands off it? I agree with Sharmon, you are really so creative and producing an amazing amount of really beautiful work.

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