Oct 30th, 2013 by Dan McKinney
This is a custom journal made for the 2013 Fur Ball in Anderson South Carolina. The journal is donated to help the fund raising efforts for the Anderson Humane Society.
This journal is a 144 page, 5 X 7 inch journal.
The cover spine is Sand Bookcloth from Italy. The cover and back are Eggplant Lokta Fiber from Nepal.
The Endpapers are Mixed Kozo with Raintree Leaf Inclusions from Thailand.
The Book Block is made with Neenah Environmental Paper – Alternative Fiber Sugar Cane Bagasse and Post Consumer Recycled Paper.
Embedded in the cover is a Tree of Life design etched into a copper plate.
The book binding and copper etching is all done by Dan McKinney at Pixel Point in Downtown Anderson, South Carolina.
The Furball is coming November 7th, 5:30-10PM at the Bleckley Inn, 151 E Church St. Food, Entertainment, silent and live auctions, and lots of fun!
Anderson County Humane Society
Tags: anderson, book, handmade, humane society, journal, south carolina, tree of life
Aug 13th, 2013 by Dan McKinney
We have received lots of requests for a larger journal with the Fruit Crate Art motif.
So, here ya’ go!
This journal is our classic journal in a 5 X 7 inch size with 144 pages. Any of the Fruit Crate Art designs that are used for our Petite Journals can be inset into the cover. This example was a commission project and uses linen book cloth for the spine and “sunshine” lokta fiber paper from Nepal for the cover. As with all our journals, the book block is made from sugar cane bagasse – alternative fiber paper. The journal is blank with light lines and includes a short story about the origins of Fruit Crate Art.
Contact us for your custom journal!
Jul 22nd, 2013 by Dan McKinney
Fresh Picked Petite Journals with covers made with Fruit Crate Art.
Available at :
Downtown Anderson Store
The Farmers Market on Tuesdays
Our Etsy Store.
Better get them while they are fresh! =)
May 1st, 2013 by Dan McKinney
Pixel Point is Celebrating the Arts for First Friday, May 4, 2013 in Downtown Anderson, South Carolina.
Over 35 artists are represented in our Artisan Gallery. From Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia to North Carolina and all points in between. Join us and other First Friday shops open from 5 til 9.
Viva! il Vino
Tags: anderson, downtown, first friday