Art Of Contemporary Bookbinding

Author by : Jan Van der Marck
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Description : Catalogus bij een tentoonstelling van een keuze uit de verzameling kunstzinnige boekbanden van de Nederlands-Amerikaanse verzamelaar.


Enigmatic Devices

Author by : James Reid-Cunningham
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Description : Booklet on designer bookbindings written to accompany the Grolier Club exhibit 'Brush up your Shakespeare': miniature designer bindings of Neale and Margaret Albert.


Book Art Studio Handbook

Author by : Stacie Dolin
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Description : DIV As the “book” morphs and evolves into a malleable, digital file, interest in the classic form is reignited in book lovers and crafters. Book Art Studio Handbook offers readers a comprehensive and accessible guide to not only the nuts and bolts of this classic art, but insight into the artisan’s lifestyle. This book goes beyond quick craft projects and into the heart of bookmaking, binding, letterpress printing, decorative cover techniques, book conservation, and other book arts. It is an essential companion book for all paper lovers and bibliophiles—especially as the book as object becomes more prominent a concept. /div


On Ornamental Art As Applied To Ancient And Modern Bookbinding

Author by : Joseph Cundall
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Description : First account of the use of modern design techniques in bookbinding; includes illustrations from three contemporary English pubishers' cloth bookbinding designs.


A History Of The Art Of Bookbinding

Author by : William Salt Brassington
Languange : en
Publisher by : London : Elliot Stock
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Bookbinding

Author by : Oak Knoll Books (Firm)
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Bookbinding Conservation By Hand

Author by : Laura S. Young
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oak Knoll Press
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Description : The heart of this working guide is the three chapters dealing with techniques and the chapter on conservation. "Basic Techniques" detail the fundamental skills that are applicable to all hand bookbinding. "General Techniques" include those practices that, with minor variations, cover the early stages in all types of bindings. "Specific Techniques" describe the steps primarily used is producing a specific type of hand binding. The basic principles of conservation work cover one of the more important areas in the field of hand bookbinding today.


Bookbinding Old New

Author by : Brander Matthews
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : First Published in 1990. Bookbindings Old and New- Notes of a Book-Lover, is a collection of plates, illustrations and a look through the history of book-binding.


Book Art

Author by : Christine Antaya
Languange : en
Publisher by : Die Gestalten Verlag
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Description : Looks at contemporary sculpture, art installation, and design work that is created using printed books as a primary material.


The Grove Encyclopedia Of Materials And Techniques In Art

Author by : Gerald W. R. Ward
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : Provides over 1400 articles that deal with materials and techniques in art from ancient times to the present, including such media as ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, painting, works on paper, textiles, video, and computer art.


The New Bookbinder

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The Art Of Bookbinding

Author by : Joseph William Zaehnsdorf
Languange : en
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The New Bookbinder

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Artist S Book Yearbook

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Take A Step Back To Move Forward

Author by : Megan Shana Spicer
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Description : In art education, students are surrounded by a multitude of visual information; through drawing, learning the elements of art, and creating, students perspectives are shaped by the projects they make and the contemporary culture around them However, there is often a disconnect between the visual arts and Art History. Discussions about Art History tend to focus on canonical artists and art works. In my research project, I was investigating what happens when Art History and the Visual Arts meet in the high school A.P. Art History classroom: What occurs when students are invited to re-contextualize Art History using contemporary visual culture references? How will students use a book-making project to make connections between the Medieval period and Contemporary social issues? How will teaching about Art History in relation to contemporary social issues shape my experience of connecting with students in the process of learning to teach? My action research took place over the course of seven weeks in an A.P. Art History classroom in a suburb outside the city of Chicago. The students were predominantly middle to upper-middle class White students. The methods I used to gather my data included observations, videotaping lessons, pre-assessments in the form of a checklist and think sheet, sketches of book pages, student writing and artwork, peer assessment sheets with comments, a self assessment in the form of a test, and a post-checklist. Throughout teaching this unit and collecting my data, I learned a great deal about how students establish meaningful, visual connections between the Visual Arts and Art History if given a concept to work with; for example, the concepts I gave students included societal/religious mores, international epidemics, concepts of architectural usage, and communication methods. Students used these concepts to see the relevance of Art History within Contemporary culture. By using these four concepts in a book-making project, students started to see the ebb and flow of time and how words juxtaposed with imagery can help to solidify connections between past and present. This process of students learning to make connections between Art History and contemporary visual culture was scaffolded using multiple steps within each lesson, including students using visual step-by-step instructions to create the book pages or even mapping out their own research with a checklist. Students developed their own 'compare and contrast' pages using images and examples of Medieval and contemporary visual culture that they had researched. My research suggests that it is not enough for teachers to point out to students why Art History is relevant or meaningful. If teachers give students the tools to create a critical book-binding project, this will allow students to research and create their own visual connections between Art Historical periods and contemporary visual culture. One challenge that came up in my research had to do with supporting students who were unfamiliar with art making in the A.P. Art History classroom to use arts based methods to work through their ideas. This challenged all of us to step outside of our comfort zones. The tools that we used to support the art making process included group work, sketching out ideas, and a final critique to discuss the issues and challenges that arose for students from this way of working. Learning to use my artist self, along with these teaching tools, also helped me to realize that I needed to step outside of my own comfort zone in order to establish meaningful connections with my students.


Babel

Author by : Fiona Banner
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The Art Of Bookbinding

Author by : Joseph W. Zaehnsdorf
Languange : en
Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : Hobbyists can learn from a professional with this classic of the craft. Easy-to-follow advice explains everything from folding the leaves and sewing them into signatures to covering and finishing. 117 illustrations.


Creative Bookbinding

Author by : Pauline Johnson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : A guide to hand book-binding.


The Art Of Bookbinding

Author by : Joseph W. Zaehnsdorf
Languange : en
Publisher by : Read Books Ltd
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Description : First published in 1880, this volume contains a comprehensive and accessible guide to bookbinding. Written in simple, clear language and profusely-illustrated, 'The Art Of Bookbinding' will be of considerable utility to modern readers with practical interest in the subject, containing everything one needs to know to get started. Contents include: 'Folding', 'Beating and Rolling', 'Collating', 'Marking-up and Sewing-in', 'Sewing', 'Forwarding', 'Pasting-up', 'Putting on End Papers', 'Trimming', 'Glueing-up', 'Rounding', 'Backing', 'Mill Boards', 'Drawing-in and Pressing', 'Cutting', 'Colouring the Edges', 'Gilt Edges', 'Head-banding', etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, high-quality, modern edition complete with the original text and images.


The Technique Of Islamic Bookbinding

Author by : Karin Scheper
Languange : en
Publisher by : BRILL
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Description : The Technique of Islamic Bookbinding explores the development of the bookbinding tradition in the Islamic world. From a craft-based perspective, Karin Scheper analyses the diverse material characteristics and demonstrates the information value of the materiality.


Art And Book

Author by : Peter Stupples
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Description : Art has been as significant as text in the history of book design and production. This collection of papers examines the place of illustration and innovation, both conceptual and technical, in the relation of image to text in books of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, both in Europe and that outreach of European culture in the Pacific, New Zealand. Topics of the papers range from the work of Marcel Duchamp and Kazimir Malevich to the design of multimodal books and the early development of 3D printing.


Bookbinding In The British Isles

Author by : Maggs Bros
Languange : en
Publisher by : Maggs Bros. Ltd.
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Bookforms

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Publisher by : Rockport Publishers
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Description : Brought to you by the instructors at the Center for Book Arts, Bookforms is a comprehensive guide for making books by hand with a focus on functionality in design. Written by the experts at the Center for Book Arts in New York, Bookforms presents all the instruction you need to craft by hand a comprehensive array of historic bookbinding styles from all over the world. Bookforms traces the functional roots of each structure, explains their appropriateness for various uses, and provides projects for making an essential structure for each style of binding. Topics covered include: Why books work: General bookbinding principles for functionality and what we can learn from the past What you need to know for planning a special book or embarking on an edition How materials affect function Bookforms tackles a wide range of projects for all levels of bookbinders. You'll see everything from sewn and ticketed blank books and traditional western codex book forms, to scrapbooks and albums, Asian stab-sewn bindings, unusual structures, and aesthetics/embellishments. What better time to dive into this venerable and unique hobby than now?