Check out Art Scotch Paper, a website for the cool, the creative.
It’s BlogDay, everyone. Here are the links to 5 of my favorite photoblogs: Deceptive Media by Andy Bell Heather Powazek Champ Round Here [daily dose of imagery] by Sam Javanrouh moodaholic by kenny wang Feel free to participate, either on your on blog or in the comment section below. Happy BlogDay to you!
Check out this link at learngrafitti.net to satisfy the art criminal within. Full disclosure statement: I love markers.
I, Robin, the humble blogger behind the pane, the little face that you might squint to see in the Big Window, I have just received a Thinking Blogger Award. As a recipient of this award, I am supposed to select five bloggers whom I read and admire to pay it forward, so to speak. Continue reading “*THINKING*”
Dan has posted some great new work on his Altered Books blog.
that WITS (Writers in the Schools) has a blog now? It’s a collection of student writing, art, publishing opportunities for kids, and announcements from your pals at WITS Houston.
Congrats to Amy King, who has just been elected the 2007 Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere! Amy does a lot to create community in the poetry world, and I admire her. Thanks, also, to Billy Jones for organizing the election.
Check out some quirky out-of-context discoveries at Found Magazine. This note taped to a school locker reads: Sorry, but I’m not in the mood to rp today.
"Listen" is a photography by Hans de Loof. You can see more of his brilliant work at his photoblog, Anything But Work.
Celebrate National Poetry month with the kid-poets of America. Check out the WITS blog for a poem a day, today and throughout April.
Apparently NaPoWriMo has not one but two logos? Which one do you prefer? I like this one by Maureen. It has an exquisite corpse quality to it that appeals to me. For the month of April, I’ve decided to give this poem-a-day challenge a try. Instead of posting the poems here, however, I’m going theContinue reading “Mo on NaPoWriMo”
If you’re inspired by abstract photography, you might enjoy the images produced through "camera tossing." To find out more, you can explore the flickr stream (nearly 2,500 photos) or the blog. You can even learn how to do it yourself.
Mick Boyle finds art in the postcards that arrive in your mailbox. See the exhibit on his blog.
OTOLITHS specializes in VisPo, visual poetry by a wide range of poem-makers. The publication’s tagline, a magazine of many e-things, gives editor Mark Young an extra ounce of latitude and so some of the work published is the conventional poem, made of words alone, without shape or image. Here is a diptych by Nico Vassalikas.
Visual poet Geof Huth is always creating amazing things that I never really imagined possible. Check out his poems in the snow at Unlikely 2.0. And if you ever end up in Schenectady, New York, on a snowy day, pay close attention to everything you see.