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Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
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TitleBonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
VolumeVolume 2 number 1
SubjectArtists' books
Bookbinding -- Repairing
Books -- Conservation and restoration
Paper -- Preservation
DescriptionReading by Hand – the haptic evaluation of artists' books by Gary Frost

Diagramming the Book Arts by Johnny Carrera

Beyond Velveeta by Johanna Drucker

All Shook Up: Interplay of image and text in the flag book structure by Karen Hanmer

Molded Paper Spine by Donia Conn

The Mystery of the Wire Loop: A query for investigation by Eric Alstrom

Tying up with Velcro by William Minter

Practical Press by Charles Schermerhorn

Terra Australis: The artist's book as philosophical approach to the world by Tommaso Durante

Edelpappband / Millimeter Binding Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

William Anthony Fine Binder by Peter Verheyen
PublisherPeter D. Verheyen
AuthorFrost, Gary
Carrera, Johnny
Drucker, Johanna
Hanmer, Karen
Conn, Donia
Alstrom, Eric
Minter, William
Schermerhorn, Charles
Durante, Tommaso
Verheyen, Peter
Summon Content TypeeJournal
Format4,718,984 bytes
RightsThe Bonefolder, an outgrowth of the Book Arts Web, is a peer-reviewed "open-access" e-journal for bookbinding and the book arts, and is published by Peter D. Verheyen under a Creative Commons "Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works" license. Full information on The Bonefolder can be found at It is archived as part of the LOCKSS Humanities Project, by Syracuse University Library, with additional access provided via the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
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