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♥ Book Art Enthusiasts ♥

A place for anyone that is passionate about bookbinding and altered books, whether you enjoy making your own or just appreciate the art. Feel free to submit your own work or finds, and see our FAQ if you have questions, or ask one yourself!

This is some of the detail from my book sculpture. The pages used are from a book about Catherine the great and it is all hand cut. hope you like it. 

This is some of the detail from my book sculpture. The pages used are from a book about Catherine the great and it is all hand cut. hope you like it. 

~ Oct, 26th, 2013

A Video

planting-daisies:

A Slow Book

‘Gone out should be back soon’

(via niiicethings)

~ Apr, 8th, 2012

Portability

Portability

~ Mar, 3rd, 2012

A Video

askida:

Custom Personalized Nautical Flag Alphabet Coptic Stitch Mini Balsa Wood Book.

Monogram, initials, a word or names with international boat code flags…

~ Feb, 26th, 2012

A Video

notladeilsel:

July 13 2010

A notebook I finished for myself.

~ Feb, 26th, 2012

lisa-asanuma:

via nuancejournals on Etsy.
Here’s a fairly new member of the bookbindingteam on Etsy.  Her shop is lovely.

lisa-asanuma:

via nuancejournals on Etsy.

Here’s a fairly new member of the bookbindingteam on Etsy.  Her shop is lovely.

~ Jul, 12th, 2010


~ Jul, 3rd, 2010

theoreticallyamazing:

via 4.bp.blogspot.com 
Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books in human skin, usually from dissected cadavers. Many Ivy League universities hold these rare books in their libraries.
It’s rather morbid, but also incredibly interesting and kind of…romantic, when you think about it.

Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books in human  skin… =X

theoreticallyamazing:

via 4.bp.blogspot.com

Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books in human skin, usually from dissected cadavers. Many Ivy League universities hold these rare books in their libraries.

It’s rather morbid, but also incredibly interesting and kind of…romantic, when you think about it.

Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books in human skin… =X

~ Jun, 30th, 2010

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