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Protest Postcards

Author: Alison Johnson
Publisher: Castle Point Books
ISBN: 1250169755
Size: 52.12 MB
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The pen is mightier than the sword, and Protest Postcards are the arsenal of the people. With 20 unique cards to make a statement on the myriad political issues currently under threat—from women’s rights and immigration, to education and science—everyday citizens can speak out and flood the mailboxes of their local officials, state representatives, and even the White House. Sales of sign-making materials like poster board and markers have skyrocketed as a result of demonstrations, but those clever one-liners and powerful declarations aren't just for public protests. Postcards are portable political signs that can send powerful statements en masse in support of issues in desperate need of public defense. This package is all you need to speak up and make sure your voice is heard by your local representatives, state senators, members of congress, and the Trump Administration. It's quick, easy, and absolutely fundamental.

Dear Data

Author: Giorgia Lupi
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1616895462
Size: 34.35 MB
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Equal parts mail art, data visualization, and affectionate correspondence, Dear Data celebrates "the infinitesimal, incomplete, imperfect, yet exquisitely human details of life," in the words of Maria Popova (Brain Pickings), who introduces this charming and graphically powerful book. For one year, Giorgia Lupi, an Italian living in New York, and Stefanie Posavec, an American in London, mapped the particulars of their daily lives as a series of hand-drawn postcards they exchanged via mail weekly—small portraits as full of emotion as they are data, both mundane and magical. Dear Data reproduces in pinpoint detail the full year's set of cards, front and back, providing a remarkable portrait of two artists connected by their attention to the details of their lives—including complaints, distractions, phone addictions, physical contact, and desires. These details illuminate the lives of two remarkable young women and also inspire us to map our own lives, including specific suggestions on what data to draw and how. A captivating and unique book for designers, artists, correspondents, friends, and lovers everywhere.

The Art Of Urban Sketching

Author: Gabriel Campanario
Publisher: Quarry Books
ISBN: 1610581962
Size: 80.67 MB
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The Art of Urban Sketching is both a comprehensive guide and a showcase of location drawings by artists around the world who draw the cities where they live and travel. Authored by the founder of the nonprofit organization Urban Sketchers (www.urbansketchers.org), this beautiful, 320-page volume explains urban sketching within the context of a long historical tradition and how it is being practiced today. With profiles of leading practitioners and discussions of the benefits of working in this art form, this inspiring book shows how one can participate and experience this creative outlet through modern-day social networks and online activity. You'll find more than 600 beautiful, contemporary illustrations, as well as artists' profiles and extended captions where these urban sketchers share their stories, how they work, sketching tips, and the tools behind each drawing. With sketches and observations from more than 50 cities in more than 30 countries, The Art of Urban Sketching offers a visually arresting, storytelling take on urban life from different cultures and artistic styles, as well as insight into various drawing techniques and mediums.

Postcards

Author: Annie Proulx
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416588914
Size: 51.13 MB
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E. Annie Proulx's first novel, Postcards, winner of the 1993 Pen/Faulkner Award for Fiction, tells the mesmerizing tale of Loyal Blood, who misspends a lifetime running from a crime so terrible that it renders him forever incapable of touching a woman. Blood's odyssey begins in 1944 and takes him across the country from his hardscrabble Vermont hill farm to New York, across Ohio, Minnesota, and Montana to British Columbia, on to North Dakota, Wyoming, and New Mexico and ends, today, in California, with Blood homeless and near mad. Along the way, he must live a hundred lives to survive, mining gold, growing beans, hunting fossils and trapping, prospecting for uranium, and ranching. In his absence, disaster befalls his family; greatest among their terrible losses are the hard-won values of endurance and pride that were the legacy of farm people rooted in generations of intimacy with soil, weather, plants, and seasons. Postcards chronicles the lives of the rural and the dispossessed and charts their territory with the historical verisimilitude and writerly prowess of Cather, Dreiser, and Faulkner. It is a new American classic.

American Holiday Postcards 1905 1915

Author: Daniel Gifford
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786478179
Size: 80.44 MB
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"A wonderful addition to the popular culture scholarship"--Journal of American Culture "A serious cultural study of 2,000 postcards, analyzing them in as many statistical ways as possible"--eNews The Ephemera Society of America In the early 20th century, postcards were one of the most important and popular expressions of holiday sentiment in American culture. Millions of such postcards circulated among networks of community and kin as part of a larger American postcard craze. However, their uses and meanings were far from universal. This book argues that holiday postcards circulated primarily among rural and small town, Northern, white women with Anglo-Saxon and Germanic heritages. Through analysis of a broad range of sources, Daniel Gifford recreates the history of postcards to account for these specific audiences, and reconsiders the postcard phenomenon as an image-based conversation among exclusive groups of Americans. A variety of narratives are thus revealed: the debates generated by the Country Life Movement; the empowering manifestations of the New Woman; the civic privileges of whiteness; and the role of emerging technologies. From Santa Claus to Easter bunnies, flag-waving turkeys to gun-toting cupids, holiday postcards at first seem to be amusing expressions of a halcyon past. Yet with knowledge of audience and historical conflicts, this book demonstrates how the postcard images reveal deep divides at the height of the Progressive Era.

Bibliophilia

Author: Evan Robertson
Publisher: Potter Style
ISBN: 0553447890
Size: 35.72 MB
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"Illustrator Evan Robertson of Obvious State Studio offers eye-catching, thought-provoking illustrations accompanied by literature's most memorable quotes in this postcard box set. Each card features a line from a classic book, such as an F. Scott Fitzgerald quote set against a Jazz Age champagne glass, Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights visualized as puzzle pieces, or Immanuel Kant's musings juxtaposed with a constellation-filled night sky. This is the perfect stationery for any bibliophile, and a set sure to be repurposed by many design and decor buffs for wall art. Format- Postcard boxed set, 4 1/2" x 6 1/2", 100 postcards Content- 50 illustrated postcards (reproduced twice)"

Out Of My Mind

Author: Sharon M. Draper
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416971718
Size: 75.47 MB
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Considered by many to be mentally retarded, a brilliant, impatient fifth-grader with cerebral palsy discovers a technological device that will allow her to speak for the first time.