“If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
“Apart from the desire to produce beautiful things, the leading passion of my life has been and is hatred of modern civilization.”
William Morris :: English architect, artist, writer, and socialist with the English Arts and Crafts Movement. He wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations. Morris devoted much of his life to the Kelmscott Press. His 1896 edition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer is considered a masterpiece.
Found & washed stone, carefully painted and wrapped . . . door stop.
RESOLVE is a 6 by 9 in. letterpress card on heavy Flurry card stock. The two colour transparent base used BLOX modular type. In three matrices and a small edition of just 20. Available in the toMake™ store.
We The People Means All of Us and that Includes . . . the Water People, the Sky People, the Fire People . . . All of Us Together
Opps . . . wrong Aisle, No People Here
Between Hope and Despair . . . RESOLVE
The Buddha in the Backyard
Watches the Dance of Spring
Looking Down I Keep on Walking
Remembering . . . Back to What I Can Do
Ink on the Press :: a Transparent Green on Flurry Cover Stock
Feet Touching Feet Dancing
The Flowering Apple Tree
My sister Ann would have been 68 today
The Apple Tree Lives Again
We Pick Up Our Spring CSA Market Share
RESOLVE :: A Work in Progress
“Fifty years ago today, 28 soldiers opened fire on anti-Vietnam war demonstrators, letting loose 67 bullets in just 13 seconds. Four students were killed, nine wounded, and a fissure exposed in American society that shaped politics into the Trump era.”
We’ve been in the news and on the streets the past few weeks.
The ever newsworthy bulletin board in the alleyway at toMake™
. . . and making national headlines :: ‘A Bomb in the Center of the Climate Movement’
Bill McKibben quoting from an email Judith wrote to him and appearing as headline and within the article in Rolling Stone
“I don’t think most people are that mean-spirited (or maybe I just hope not) and of course dozens of friends within the climate movement wrote to express their solidarity and love. But I have no doubt that many of the people who’ve seen the film are, at the least, disheartened. Here’s what one hard-working climate activist wrote me from Montana: “The problem is, this movie is all over the place and is already causing divisions and conflicts in climate action groups that I’m involved in — it’s like they detonated a bomb in the center of the climate action movement.” Which I’m sure is true (and I’m sure it’s why the film has been so well-received at Breitbart and every other climate-denier operation on the planet).”
Ink draws for an edition