Holes (Space to Breathe) Artist Book Collaboration


January 30, 2015 by petrujviljoen

Another collaboration for An Encyclopedia of Everything – Extended Version, hosted by Cheryl Penn. This edition will travel internationally as well. To view the other works, follow the Cheryl Penn and Encyclopedia link.

Holes 3.0 #14 (b) Holes 3.0 #14 (c) Holes 3.0 #14 (e)


10 thoughts on “Holes (Space to Breathe) Artist Book Collaboration

  1. AnnIsikArts says:

    I hadn’t seen this. Lovely. Love artist books. I’ve tried to reply several times to your comment about my Friday Fictioneers story: The Somonyng. No luck. I get a red error message about how I’m replying to a draft, or to try again later. Thanks for the comment anyway. And for reading. You mentioned ‘leaving’. In your context, I think that when we are leaving, we are also going towards. 🙂


  2. cheryl says:

    I blogged your book here: – its great – many thanks again 🙂


  3. cheryl says:

    Petru – I see what you mean by all the work involved here – your books look WONDERFUL!


  4. Jessica Ryan says:

    These are wonderful. What is the scale?


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