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We made some flyers to print out and put around the city this weekend. I am putting them online in case you’d like to print some out and post them as well.
We have roughly ten live interview responses recorded. The internet really helps to bring a better census of Atlanta’s makeup, though. The end product will be a catalogue of answers and portraits. The portraits will make up a massive charm bracelet (depending on the amount of responses). Every answer will be personally logged and
Envelope Atlanta received a lot of questions over the weekend. We appreciate all feedback because it helps the project to grow. We hope to provide a community network. One of the drawbacks of the anonymity is not being able to host workshops and projects in person. Groups of us do enjoy getting together to make
(Don’t actually steal). I picked this book up from the library after skimming its pages for website design ideas. The aesthetics have been cropping up recently in poster art and illustration. The simplicity of abstraction allows the density of the colors to really sink its teeth in. I recommend flipping through this book if you
We have a couple projects in the works this week. If you’d like to help out with them, or you’d like to participate and want more information on how to get started,email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Also, keep submitting your artwork at WonderRoot! We are so excited to see the community’s creations.
Envelope Atlanta supplies have taken over the entire house. Lately, we’ve been working with embossing powders and homemade stamps. The powders come in small glasses filled with strong pigments. You sprinkle it over the embossing ink and it puffs the image out. Every envelope is unique and is heavy with “the hand of the artist.”