Redesigning the Medieval Book

I am delighted that my submission to this Bodleian Library competition has been shortlisted, and will be included in a digital display to accompany the exhibition Designing English in December 2017. Redesigning the Medieval Book – A modern book artist’s take on the books in this exhibition. ‘Experimental shapes : Things here and gone : Words […]

Linda Parr

I am reconstructing and reviewing my website after recently finishing an MA in multidisciplinary printmaking at UWE Bower Ashton, Bristol. I was delighted to be given a distinction, and the Agassi prize for book art. This site becomes about my current works, and previous works if they again become relevant.    

Voltaire, Candide, 1759

Not only are these colour column widths proportional to the frequency of use of adjectival colour, but the size of the square is also proportional to the number of times colours are used as a descriptor.  Screenprinted, acrylic ink on paper  16.2cm²  18.v.2017