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You Can Judge a Book By Its Cover by Bernard C. Middleton bound by Louise Genest // bound in tan goatskin; partially exposed spine; inlays of book cloth, paper onlays; patinated bronze leaf and wood veneer

You Can Judge a Book By Its Cover by Bernard C. Middleton bound by Louise Genest // bound in tan goatskin; inlays of book cloth, paper onlays; patinated bronze leaf and wood veneer

Daniel Essig creates wood-covered art books and book-based sculptures. Using a fourth-century binding known as Ethiopian-style Coptic, he creates mixed-media book structures that incorporate unusual woods, handmade paper, found objects, fossils, and mica

Daniel Essig creates wood-covered art books and book-based sculptures. Using a fourth-century binding known as Ethiopian-style Coptic

The Book Arts Web annual online exhibition for 2013 Historic Cut-away Binding Structure Models

Flexible sewing over 12 ply linen cords by Roberta Lavadour; cords (both laced into davey board covers and loose) demonstrating various states of construction. Dimensions 30 x 21 x 3 cm.

Zakka II by James Reid-Cunningham. Textblock composed of bifolios of gray Hewits cover paper, decorated with gold leaf.  Sewn with black linen thread in a long stitch.  Punctured boards covered in papyrus.    4” x 3” x 1”. 10.2 x 7.6 x 2.4 cm.    Bound in 2003.

Bookbinding - Zakka II by James Reid-Cunningham. Textblock composed of bifolios of gray Hewits cover paper, decorated with gold leaf. Sewn with black linen thread in a long stitch. Punctured boards covered in papyrus.

καλλιτεχνικη βιβλιοδεσία, βιβλιοδεσία,bookbinding, design bookbinding,Miniature Bindings,

καλλιτεχνικη βιβλιοδεσία, βιβλιοδεσία,bookbinding, design bookbinding,Miniature Bindings,

Center for Book Arts: Longstich by Allison Halff

Dennis Yuen - Thick Long-stitch Canford cardstock, Handmade paper with Sanskrit print, manila paper, linen threads Long-stitch binding,

Book designed and bound by Renato Alarcao during the workshop Caterpillar Stitch, at the CBA - The Center for Book Arts. www.renatoalarcao.com.br

Book designed and bound by Renato Alarcao during the workshop Caterpillar Stitch, at the CBA - The Center for Book Arts.

Untitled, 2002 - designed and hand-crafted by Roberta Lavadour. �This one-of-a-kind book was part of an exploration into different board attachments for chain stitched books. I call this a reverse block binding. Handmade paper crafted from wheat stalk from the field next to the old studio, cover of reclaimed jacket leather, end sheet pulp-painted handmade paper.�

Untitled by Roberta Lavadour. This one-of-a-kind book was part of an exploration into different board attachments for chain stitched books.

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