Category Archives: Art

Bookshelf Sleuthing

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Banksy Takes A Seaside Holiday

The slippery street artist(s) known as Banksy recently dropped a new work in the old English seaside town of Clevedon. As an “old” person I resent the implication, but it does make a point.

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Word on the Street : Philly

An anonymous street artist who goes by the monikerĀ mpeachhimĀ has been installing tiles around Philadelphia that are clever and to the point. If you’re in the city, they can be found at 10th & South St., Lombard & Broad, and Modine … Continue reading

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Summer Reading


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The Great New York Subway Map

Italian illustrator and author Emilliano Ponzi has released a marvelous book in collaboration with the MoMA in New York City introducing young readers to the work of iconic graphic designer Massimo Vignelli. Using illustrations of trains, subway stations, advertisements and … Continue reading

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A Hole In The Alps

About this time each August, I become nostalgic for the Swiss Alps. I was fortunate to have spent most of the month one year camping and hiking around Switzerland. And one of my favorite areas was the less touristed valleys … Continue reading

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NYC Word On The Street

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Once there was a penniless writer


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Gratitude Giveaway

This post marks a milestone of sorts for Travel Between The Pages. After eight years or so of fairly regular posting, today we have reached 3000 posts. When TBTP launched in 2010, it was simply a hobby project for an … Continue reading

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Some things are very cool


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