Bookbinding is a beautiful craft enjoyed by many. However, what if you not only want to make a book, but also to fill it with stuff? And then make a bunch of copies of that book? And then get all of those copies into the hands of people who will read them?
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At The Paper Place we love to encourage the creative talents of our staff! Eunice is an OCAD student and has recently put together this amazing zine…
‘RUGS’ is a handbound hardcover publication that gathers work from seven emerging illustrators whose work explore different erratic and humorous viewpoints. The book focuses on illustrations that share a similar graphic aesthetics and eccentric appeal.
The publication is a new approach to the popular and fast-growing zine culture of today, exploring the possibilities of the print medium in an archival form not common to the contemporary ‘zine’. Each book is case-bound by hand, created with archival materials and has a structure that will support many years of handling.
The beautiful multicolour interiors are made with our Non-Japanese Paper – acid-free and 30% post consumer waste. The cover is screenprinted on Japanese machine-made momi in ivory – a lovely texture to add as a cover.
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