Well, I survived my first Annual ALA conference. Barely. Ok. It was a lot of fun, there was so much positive energy mixed with nervous introvert energy, and I was reminded that I think librarians are just great. Polite. Kind. I enjoy that part of my profession very much (the people). It doesn’t matter that […]
I may have teared up a little. So sweet.
By the time I was leaving for Budapest I was ready for some solo adventures and the moment I landed in Budapest I was elated… This city is wonderful. I easily navigated my way from the airport to Andrassy Ut 27, where I was meeting Djordje (the owner of Tutu). He quickly showed me around […]
After stumbling upon Jessica Helfand’s book Reinventing the wheel a few months ago I have been patiently awaiting the perfect school assignment to create a volvelle for. The book is an excellent portrayal of the history as well as an argument for the practical use of information wheels today. As one reviewer writes, “[These] […]
A couple of years ago the book Pop Goes the Library came out and, despite the fact that I was in school for book and paper art, I really wanted it. I have not had much use for it until recently, when I started researching more about pop culture in the library systems, though. I […]
Lately, I’ve been feeling more like drawing and creating work than I have in over a year. It’s been incredibly refreshing! With the lack of a job and nothing but schoolwork to focus on, I’ve started a few projects, picked up some new supplies and am finding inspiration in my surroundings. Every now and then […]