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Two Weeks Later

22 Nov

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Channel Update

18 Nov

Hello everybody,

Well, we moved house (and the studio spaces). Unfortunately, though, putting everything back together has been much more of a process than expected. The bookmaking space is nearly together, but we were unable to execute a new video for YouTube this week. We expect to be back up and running in time to create something for next week.

The drawing studio is also coming together, but it is still a bit of a disaster area. So, no new webcomics this week either. Depending how it goes, there might be something new for 1134 Comix this coming Sunday. Anyone who has followed this page for any amount of time likely expects long lapses in new content. So, has anything really changed here?

In conclusion, we’re working to get our stuff together. We can’t wait to start putting new content up as soon as possible.

Thanks for your patience!

G.J. Sieck

A Grim Labor Day Weekend

6 Sep

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News from the Crypt: Interview with G.J. Sieck

30 Aug

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Our new 1134 Press video is the second part of a series about making a junk journal. In this video tutorial, Bryonna shows you how to make a mini booklet to fit into your junk journal.

Check the video out at the link below. Also, like, comment, and subscribe–thanks!

How to Make a Mini Booklet for Your Junk Journal

How to Make a Junk Journal

19 Aug

No comic today, but there is a new video up from 1134 Press. Today’s video is about how to make a junk journal. So, if you’re interested in bookmaking, journaling, or scrapbooking, this video is for you.

In today’s video, Bryonna will show you how to create pockets in your junk journal’s pages as well as hw to create a very cool looking cover out of cardboard. Check it all out at the link below! Then, after you’ve begun your new journaling project, come back here and kill some time reading through our catalogue of comics–they are the kookiest comics online, after all!

Click the link below!

Binding Your Junk Journal

In Her Boudoir: An 1134 Press Journal Collection

15 Oct

 

This collection of handmade journals, Boudoir, was inspired by Victorian grandeur and kitschy eclectic styles. From images of decadent furniture, traditional portraits and jewels, I not only wanted to capture what I saw happening in fashion this fall, but to create journals that inspired me to write.

boudoir 5.jpegWho says your travel journal can’t match your floral sweater and mustard skirt?

 

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Of late, I’ve been thinking about the intersection of the act of journaling and the physical journal. Aside from the journal being a place to jot down ideas and observations, and its use a therapeutic tool, there is something about journaling that is sensual. What you doodle, or write in your journal are presumably for the self—like an act of cognitive masturbation. When thinking about my personal journaling in those terms, I wanted to create a journal that created a romantic atmosphere. Thus, in this collection there are rich pinks, deep blues, golds, and floral patterns that adorn the covers. Boudoir is nothing short of feminine. The choice to use images of furniture grounds the journals in a home of magnificence.

 

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Follow me @bryonnajay on Instagram for your handmade journal fix!

In perfect travel size, you can take romance and extravagance with you everywhere.