Louis Boston and the Waterfront View

This past weekend, I was at Louis Exposure, an event held at Louis Boston on Fan Pier that showcases 5 new designers each weekend until the end of the year. Honestly, the best part of the weekend was the view from the shop and the company of the other designers. I had a great time sampling the scents made by D.S. & Durga, from Brooklyn, NY, and was saved by my conversations with the folks of Fort Makers, a creative collective also based in Brooklyn.

I was so lucky to have had Morgan with me to set up. She is a pro at these sorts of events and just has an altogether amazing sense of design. On top of all that, she showers me with encouragement and support, and has been a huge part of my work over these last four months.

And when the sun went down, it was quite a shift. To the left of my stand were Fort Makers, who paint on silk and then turn their compositions into dresses and scarves. To the left of them were D.S. & Durga. My favorite? Siberian Snow.

I am happy to be back in the bindery. Everything is unpacked, I doubled the size of the paper ladder that holds my large format papers, and I am at work on a stack of un-sewn books. The press is waiting and ready.

Until next time,


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  1. Posted December 30, 2010 at 12:55 PM | Permalink

    I was just telling my Mom about your amazing bound creations! So nice to meet you!

    • Posted January 6, 2011 at 10:27 AM | Permalink

      Thank you so much, and thank you for checking out the website. Please come by the bindery if you ever feel so inclined.