In the end of September, 2015 one of the roofs of what many years ago was a chocolate factory was covered by 1625 square meters of graffiti (that’s more than 17,000 square foot).
Posts by Stepan Chizhov:
Queridos amigos, estoy buscando diferentes clases y talleres relacionados con la encuadernación en España y los países de América del Sur. Ya tenemos listas parecidas para el Reino Unido, los Estados Unidos y Canadá en iBookBinding.com, y planeo emitir más y más datos. Si es Usted un encuadernador (o impresor, o alguien quien hace papel a mano etc.) y lo enseña a los estudiantes o conoce a alguien quien lo hace, apreciaría sinceramente cualquiera información (hiperenlaces, direcciones, números de teléfono, etc.) Continue reading →
We have a pretty thorough list of tutorials and bookbinding instructions here at iBookBinding.com. At least if you are interested in case binding and some non-adhesive types of bindings. Today we start posting new tutorials. Sometimes they would cover some very small steps of bookbinding process. Continue reading →
Winners of the Premio a las Mejores Encuadernaciones Artísticas (an award presented for the best artistic binding by the government of Spain) were announced recently. The book of choice this year was a Spanish edition of the Marks of Identity (Señas de identidad) by an award winning author Juan Goytisolo. The book depicts Spanish society in the quarter of a century that follows the Spanish Civil War. Structure of the book is not a standard one, with whole sections entirely without punctuation. Continue reading →
Pop-ups are that type of books I’m a bit scared of even trying to make. I know there are workshops and classes that offer you studying how to make pop-up books (I even have one next block). But… You know… They are so complicated and beautiful! There are so many things that could go wrong! Continue reading →
Find below a list of bookbinding courses and workshops in Canada. All courses listed are available to the public, some are day courses, others are multi-day courses and some are full time. Continue reading →
As we wrote almost a month ago, we have lots of plans to write more about different bookbinding techniques not only in English but in other languages. First posts in Russian have already appeared on our web site (hope the community wasn’t startled). We would also proceed with translating the old posts. Continue reading →