Tunnel books

I finally made a tunnel book from my pictures of the tunnel under the convention center. This is the second incarnation; the first was terrible.


Convtunnel
Here it is from the top:


Convtunneltop
It's OK, but it doesn't convey the feeling of the tunnel, which is long, cool, dark, and a little eerie. I'll try again with more space between each of the pictures; maybe that will work better.

Here is the tunnel book I made in the workshop.


Tunnel-book
Tunnel-top
We were given the handmade paste papers, so we worked with what we had. In two weeks I am taking a week long book making workshop with Pam Sussman. I don't think it will be this kind of book, but I'm hoping to sharpen my skills.

5 comments

  1. RAJA · June 2, 2010

    Duct tape is the answer What is the question? You can’t tell me you achieved all that WITHOUT duct tape?

  2. Mage Bailey · June 1, 2010

    I confess that I might possibly consider using duct tape.
    I do feel a lure to know the land I live in. So slow I am about this, but I do love my brown rolling hills.

  3. ruthe · June 1, 2010

    Are  you implying that anyone we know would use duct tape?

  4. Karen · June 1, 2010

    Mighty impressive! And I see no evidence of duct tape.

  5. Mage Bailey · June 1, 2010

    I like it but it feels as if you were looking up not into a tunnel. No book here this trip. Just lots of pictures. 🙂

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