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ATTENTION!!

For all of you Art fans and Supporters of Artists…

I’ve just made my pledge to this VERY WORTHY PROJECT, and hope that you too will be inspired to become involved with the Kickstarter funding for Katherine Dunn‘s latest extraordinary book. Click on the link below to watch her professionally-produced and VERY charming video about the project, with images of Katherine’s wonderful art that will also become part of this book. (Sorry the ukulele music won’t be in the book!) I own two other Katherine Dunn books, and they will soon be dog-eared (or is that donkey-eared?) from the pleasurable times I’ve spend with them. Highly Recommended!!! Please pledge to this project if you can…you will be delighted with her art and her unique and wise reflections on Life.

Don’t delay, the Kickstarter clock is ticking…ticking…ticking… Find this project’s feature page and the video here: http://kck.st/2dBkAFF This project’s funding window will close November 3, 2016.

Go Itty!

🎄🎄Christmas shopping early? — this book would make excellent gifts, especially for animal and art lovers. (But since full-color illustrated projects always take a while to print and assemble, these beautiful books won’t be delivered until next Summer. Ahh, but such sweet anticipation!).

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Leo and Diane Dillon

Alas…I’m a little behind in posting this…

The New York Times announced recently that another king of children’s book illustration, the male half of the Leo and Diane Dillon award-winning illustration team, has passed into his next creative adventure. Read the article here. Read an older post about the Dillons at the wonderful Lines and Colors blog, here.

From all of us who were inspired endlessly (and early on) by your creativity, innovation and just plain brilliance…endless thanks…and bless you, Leo!

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The New York Times announced today that the king of children’s book illustration has passed into his next creative adventure. Read more here.

From all of us who were inspired endlessly by your creativity, innovation and just plain brilliance…endless thanks…and bless you Maurice!

 

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