Just sit back and watch. Staggering.
Tags: book making, pictorial websters
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haha, the dude was soo stoked when he completed the final page… what a legend
Usually proud of my modest library I now find myself consumed with envy.
lucky me. i’ve been trying to find a video on book binding and printing.
I love things of beauty, and always the art of bookbinding I’ve found it was fascinating . I admire the people that are able to create such beautiful objects
Wonderful and very very interesting. Wondering where the 50 books ended up going. I hope they ended up in museums across the country. Marian
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