We are publishing the first episode of the French version of our podcast today. Our host, Anna Markova, talked to Julie Auzillon, a French bookbinder and author of two unique bookbinding styles: Origata binding and a version of binding on rods.
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00:00 – Beginning
03:56 – Studying at the Estienne school and starting to work as a bookbinder
08:14 – The origin of Julie’s techniques. Scarcity boosts creativity
10:25 – Julie’s process
11:29 – The very first Origata binding – grandmother’s cookbook
15:09 – Looks simple, but hard to make
18:44 – Origata’s relation with the Japanese culture
20:21 – The tutorial’s success on the Internet
25:43 – Julie’s approach in working with paper
29:54 – Reintroducing leather in the bindings
35:12 – Introducing the rod binding
36:21 – Rod binding show & tell
38:19 – The spine of the binding
40:23 – The artistic aspect
43:45 – How long should a school program on bookbinding last?
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