Archive for Journal Swap
This would be Petunia, as drawn by Trillium – one of the members of our Rhodia Journal Swap. The swap consists of 12 members all over the US creating content in a Rhodia Webnotebook and then mailing the books once a month to the next person in the swap.
The members are posting images of their progress on a group Tumblr blog which can be viewed here.
We are considering implementing a second swap this fall and are looking for ideas for a new exchange. One I have been kicking around would have several groups of two creating content in one half of a 48 page 6×8″ side stapled cahier style book.
Any other suggestions? Would you be interested in participating in such a swap?
We’ve got 12 people from all over the US writing, drawing, and creating collages dedicated to their “Favorite Things” in our first ever Rhodia Journal Swap. The dozen members of this project are all working in large Rhodia dotWebbies and are documenting their creations on the group Tumblr blog that we set up for the swappers. Each person is working on several pages in each book before sending it on to the next person. Continue Readering »
“What a friend you are to me,
When the “chips” are down, you are there for me.”
So starts Trillium’s poetic musings in “Ode to a Redfish” – one of his first contributions to his shiny new dotWebbie.
The group should all have received their journals by now and are starting to dig in. You can see how and what they are doing via the group Tumblr blog we’ve set up: Rhodia Journal Swap.
Have you written in your journal today?