There are so many questions because there are presently so many available options. And now, with Kickstarter, we also raise the money.
Her $65 pledge kicked off a monthlong fundraising effort that would culminate in a room full of hardcover books, a publishing think tank and the means to begin experimenting with books on the i Pad. is a book best described as a guide to some of the hidden galleries and museums in the city.
It's not perfect but I was proud of it when we completed it and I still am.
I spent a good chunk of 2009 thinking about the convergence of digital and analog in the publishing world, and this year (2010) I began to speak publicly and publish articles on the subject.
In April 2010, Ashley Rawlings and I used community fundraising to raise nearly $24,000.
Contemporary publishing is engulfed by a forest of question marks. And it's a story that I hope will serve as a template.
To bring beautiful, well-considered things into the world.
My goal here is to outline what we did and why we did it, with the hope of inspiring anyone with an itch, gumption and a good narrative, to do the same.
For those creating projects, there are three points to consider when setting goals: The slippers are mine. They put the wrong company name, but I can’t blame them because I had just changed it the day before. The second is his calm — he's the buddha of silk screening.
Naturally, the slippers are too small and I spend the morning in the warehouse performing that tip-toe dance foreigners in Japan are so familiar with. He and his assistants are endlessly amused that I wanted to come and investigate their facilities, and flattered enough that they give us an hour and half tour.