February 29, 2008


Taxi Journal's ride has come to an end! Thanks to everyone who has contributed.
Taxi Journal is a collaborative journal art project inspired by 1000 Journals.

Taxi Collaborative

Fare #4: Kurt Mueller

Fare #3: Christina Tran

Fare #2: Reza Shirazi

Fare #1: Sodalitas

February 28, 2008

Chris & Jamie, Austin TX

December 06, 2007

Cindy Sailor. Austin, Tx

November 30, 2007

Lindsey Bailey. Austin, Tx

October 18, 2007

Elizabeth Lee, Austin TX

June 24, 2007

Michelle Dewey. Austin, Tx

May 30, 2007

Lance Bradley. Austin, TX

May 15, 2007

John Mulvany. Austin, TX

February 26, 2007

Bohye Na. Austin, Tx

January 10, 2007

Monika Fischer

December 18, 2006

Kurt Mueller. Austin, Tx

November 16, 2006

Debra Broz. Austin, TX

October 31, 2006

Elise Nacca. Austin, TX.

October 04, 2006

Gretchen Bettes. Austin, TX.

October 02, 2006

Christina Tran. Austin, TX

September 10, 2006

Candace Briceño. Austin, TX

August 12, 2006

Sarah Wymer. Austin, TX

August 01, 2006

Taxi Journal had a wreck en route. Bummer!

July 29, 2006

Ryan Willis. Austin, TX.

June 15, 2006

Amber Rigney. Austin, TX
Yes, it's fabric. I'm a beginner quilter, and I thought it be neat to add a fabric piece to the collection. These are pieces left over from my first quilt.

May 24, 2006

Holly Fisher. Austin, Tx
Holly just got back from her sister's wedding in Kansas: "my sister made her own wedding dress, 7 bridesmaids' dresses, 3 flower girl dresses, andsewed 25 tablecloths." Wow!

April 15, 2006

David Leonard. Austin, TX
Marie Leonard. Austin, TX
I wanted to document my plants in someway so I decided to compare the shapes, textures and colors in my yard. I think the result has the feel of an identification guidebook.

April 03, 2006

Sodalitas. Austin, TX

February 22, 2006

Kim Soriano. Austin, TX

February 12, 2006

Peter Tucker. Austin, Tx

January 29, 2006

Tricia Terry. Austin, Tx

January 17, 2006

Sara Merritt. Austin, TX.
I left a jar of ebony stain and mineral spirits outside to dry up because I didn't know what to do with it. When trying to finish a drawing for this journal, I thought I 'd use the drying stain to paint but instead found a lizard had crawled in the jar and died.

December 30, 2005

Kathryn Rogers. Austin, TX.
She's an ideal for me at the moment. (I'm pregnant.) She has the head and mandala of a Tara Bodhisattva (female incarnation of the Buddha, figure of, among other things, maternal compassion) with a human pregnant form and human eyes.

December 13, 2005

Jennifer Chenoweth, Austin TX
Todd Campbell. Austin, TX

November 20, 2005

Lori Moffat. Austin, TX.

November 05, 2005

Tim Josserand. Austin, TX

October 22, 2005

Theresa Noyes. Austin, TX
The red dots on each map represent the same location at a different scale. I like the concept of scale because it helps me consider so many things with a fresh perspective. Cities, countries, rivers, maps, plants, everyday objects - they all change dramatically when experienced from a different scale.

October 02, 2005

Reza Shirazi. Austin, TX.
A literal start to the project. Five photos of Taxis: one from Bombay (Dec 2004) and four taken in NYC (March 2005).

September 19, 2005


Taxi Journal is a collaborative journal art project inspired by 1000 Journals.
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When you receive the journal – email us and you will get the address of the next person on the list to receive it.
You have up to two weeks to make your contribution – text, art, whatever suits your fancy.
When you are done, scan your page and email the file to us. We will post your page on the Taxi Journal site. If you do not have a scanner, send the journal to the address below. We will scan it, post it and send it to the next person.
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Forgive us if we pester you when your two weeks is up. We would like to keep the project moving on and give everyone a chance to contribute.
If you do not know who to send the journal to next, or if the journal is full – send it back to
Taxi Journal
c/o Reza Shirazi
4910 Rollingwood Dr
Austin TX 78746