I can’t believe I haven’t written about this zine yet! Created in 2018 after I had moved to Philly, I was looking to find some recommendations for two of my favorite foods: donuts and bagels. Some men were not super helpful but most of them gave me honest and useful recommendations. This was to the point where many people would recommend a spot and nothing more. As a result, I only went on dates with two of the men. Perhaps someone in the world could successfully get both recommendations and dates from Tinder but I found it easier to talk about bagels and donuts ;) Enjoy these snippets from it! If interested, you can buy the zine from my shop and I’ll mail it along!Read More
During the first semester of my fellowship in the Digital Scholarship Center, I focused on learning how to make a physical, fabric object from a digital, 3D model. In my last blog post I went over the process of figuring out a way to make this happen. You can read it here.
Now, I have more than just samples!Read More
Here I am, fiber artist, beginner MFA graduate student, lover of mountains and quilts, learning the “digital humanities” in the very very (very very) cold basement of Temple University’s Paley Library.
What does this mean for me?
Currently, it means a multi-step process that eventually leads to a three-dimensional stiffened fabric version of a topographic map (at least, for now).
Below is the chronological order of my process:Read More