Friday, March 20, 2009

ME books go all "PDF"y


ME, An Autobiography, by Luc Fierens


So, FIMP has this ongoing project, ME, An Autobiography, in which FIMP provides you with the format and the questions for a tiny autobiography, you provide the answers, and then FIMP posts the results online in the ME gallery. The answer "unknown dust" remains one of my favorites for "this means nothing to me", by the way.

Anyway, with the FREE FOR ALL show providing artists books in downloadable form, the thought occurred to me when I received a request for a blank ME book that this would be a good time to make the ME book available as a download, instead of sending one through the mail, as had been my previous practice.

So, here's where you can download a blank ME book.

And here are the directions for cutting and folding the book. Even if you don't want to make a ME book, you might want to check out the directions, so that when you're in your next meeting you can turn a blank piece of paper into an eight page doodling surface, instead of just doodling on the handouts. It's more professional.

When you finish your ME book, if you want to enter it in the online gallery, you can either mail it to:

FIMP
P.O. Box 775
Greensburg, PA 15601

or send it as a digital file to freeforall (at) fimp (dot) net

Have fun with it!

3 comments:

Heather said...

I love this Idea. I have just spent way to much time looking at all of these books (not all but most:-))

Marc Snyder said...

Hi Heather! Sounds like it's time to make your own ME book. . . add it to the gallery!

Thanks for looking!!

Patricia Anne McGoldrick said...

Thanks for the pdf file!