we love your books call for entries 2016
an experimental artist book
on the theme of
For your entry to be
considered for the 2016, curated, on-line exhibition it
creative, innovative and very well crafted.
We are also specifically interested in experimental content
We accept book entries from anyone – professionals,
students and/or hobbyists.
Your book can take any format and be any size.
After you have
made your book(s) please email us
(firstname.lastname@example.org) the following:
a) 3 photos of
your creative process (eg: sketchbook pages)
b) 3 photos
of your final bookwork from different viewpoints
c) up to 500
words of creative writing based on the theme
• Your book must have been created specifically for
• At this stage each photo must not be more than 1mb
in size (we may ask for higher resolution photos at a later
Larger images cause our email to crash and prevent other
participants from being able to email us.
Please be considerate and stick to the size limit.
• You must also submit the online form information
(see side bar) for your work to be considered.
• Where we ask for text from you please limit it to 50
words where requested.
• Closing date for these digital entries is
Friday July 1st 2016
/ dash sub themes / starting points
dot = dit
point, spot, particle, atom, circle, grain, fleck, speck,
droplet, bit, bead, globule, tiny, little, distant, full
girl’s name (Dot, Dottie, Dorothy), pin prick
dah (in morse
bolt, run, haste, rush, scurry, whiz, top speed,
hurtle, scamper, speed, quickly, bound, flash, gallop,
surge, race, urgent, jog, spring, scoot, speed away,
skedaddle, leave, like lightening, shake a leg, step on it,
take off, fly the coop, dart, fly, short punctuation marks
some extra words
morse code, cryptography, code, privacy,
data, secrecy, confidentiality, encryption, passwords,
dot dash silence (in morse code), SOS – 3 dots, 3
dashes, 3 dots, encipher, decipher, cipher, punched holes
in a Jacquard Loom, punched cards in relation to computer
words accessed on