Josh Hockensmith

Josh Hockensmith

www.bluebluerbooks.com
Pittsboro, NC / Book artist, writer, and art library assistant living in Pittsboro, NC. I produce artists' books and other bookworks under the name Blue Bluer Books.
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Karel Martens Untitled, circa 1991 letterpress monoprint on catalogue card from the Stedeljk Museum Amsterdam, artist Gerrit Rietveld 11 ¼ × 7 ⁷⁄₈ in.

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Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works When Karel Martens began studying art in Holland in the late “graphic design” did not even exist as its own course of study.

Detail of a copy of our new book: heart sutra, remix (cassette edition)

Detail of a copy of our new book: heart sutra, remix (cassette edition)

5 artist proofs and first 5 copies of our new book: heart sutra, remix (cassette edition)

5 artist proofs and first 5 copies of our new book: heart sutra, remix (cassette edition)

Open page spread from a one-of-a-kind artist's book I created for the "Renaissance" group show, titled reNascent.

Open page spread from a one-of-a-kind artist's book I created for the "Renaissance" group show, titled reNascent.

A one-of-a-kind artist's book I created for the "Renaissance" group show, titled reNascent. Pictured with enclosure.

A one-of-a-kind artist's book I created for the "Renaissance" group show, titled reNascent. Pictured with enclosure.

Army Men Skull, Noah Scalin

Fauxtography: Not exactly what I'm asking for in the assignment, but it's got the spirit right.

Anatomy of War, Noah Scalin. Polymer clay, acrylic, enamel.

In ‘Anatomy of War’, artist Noah Scalin tries to make us see war and conflict on a human level, minus the politics. He does this by turning metal into flesh, giving weapons a ‘human aspect’.

Mütter's Skull of Brains by Noah Scalin

spoookyscary: “ Skull made with 375 slices of real human brains at Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum, created by Skull-A-Day artist Noah Scalin.

Ahh -- this is where I want to be today... Wrightsville Beach Surf Report and Live Cams - WBLiveSurf

Ahh -- this is where I want to be today. Wrightsville Beach Surf Report and Live Cams - WBLiveSurf

Review: ‘Barbarian Days,’ by William Finnegan, Details a Surfer’s Pilgrimage - The New York Times

This memoir by Mr. Finnegan, who became a reporter for The New Yorker, focuses on his lifelong obsession with chasing a wave.

‘Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life,’ by William Finnegan - NYTimes.com

William Finnegan revisits his golden age of surfing and the classic search for the perfect wave.