Creative: Armed with Rubber Chickens

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I love being blamed for things. Such is the case with “Armed with Rubber Chickens” a book brought to you by photographer/editor Andrew Molitor. This is a custom book. An 8×10 softcover, a collaboration amongst photographers, then edited, designed and cut by Mr. Molitor. What it becomes is a flip book, allowing the viewer to mix and match what he or she likes. This is a wonderful editing tool and one that allows the viewer to see many books within a book. Nice going AM! In his own words “It was amazing.” “I learned so much, and it was FUN.”


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  1. Thanks! This is Daniel’s fault mostly because he made me get off my butt and do it.

    You should do it too. Everyone reading! Think up a plan, it doesn’t matter how crazy it is, and go do it. The only guidelines I can give are: Make the schedule doable, but aggressive (to keep yourself and any collaborators moving), and stick to it. If there’s any co-ordination to be done, keep a single central place to keep notes, and when you need to note something, write it down Now.

    Other than that, just go forth and do it.

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      Solid advice. JUST DO IT. MAKE IT. Make a plan, keep things moving and be a closer!

  2. That makes my day — one of my photos is here on Milnor’s home! What’s more amazing is that I still haven’t ordered my copy of the book “we” made (actually 90% of the merit goes to Andrew, contributors have their photos but he did the thinking and assemblage which is most of the conceptual/intellectual work).

    Seriously: I should thank Andrew and Daniel here for the continuous inspiration to do stuff and have fun and make experiments with photographs.

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      You have maybe the coolest name ever! Congrats on the contribution. Keep making stuff!

  3. Likes like a fun and cool book guys. Always interesting to see the end product when collaborative minds work together.

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      Just came from Look3 where book collaboration was on high alert. It’s endless.

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