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The Rembrandt Book Bracelet has won the 2015 Rijksmuseum Studio Award for objects inspired by books.

artists books 2000-present - Bonnie Stahlecker, studio artist and workshop instructor

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The Guild of Book Workers - all journals are available for download in PDF format

Windows I by Margaret Suchland • 3.25 x 6 x 10 Found Object. Positive photographic glass plates from early 20th c. hinged with pages of digitally printed vellum paper.

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L’Shana Tovah: A Tunnel Book by Sue Abbe Kaplan

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Amazing! Handmade book by Ken Leslie - Gold Dome Cycle

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Today's HELLO HEDI Book of the day is: Omina Caelestis by Jennie Hinchcliff. This book is Hedi Kyle-inspired structure that I never seen before. It works perfectly with Jennie's constellation charts and her re-telling of classical Greek myths. Terrific work!

Altered BOOK, Secret POISON STORAGE. Original book cover from 1600. Intact book clasp. Pages bonded into a solid block & cut. 11 drawers & 1 open compartment. Silver & Stained wood details. Latin poison labels (Rhicinus, datura, belladonna, valerian, etc.). Glass bottle labeled "Statutum est hominibus semel mori" (A man is destined to die once) Hebrews 9:27. Engraving of a standing skeleton, dated "1682" ... Once owned by an educated 17th century bible-reading assassin? -pfb

You Can Judge a Book By Its Cover by Bernard C. Middleton bound by Louise Genest // bound in tan goatskin; partially exposed spine; inlays of book cloth, paper onlays; patinated bronze leaf and wood veneer

Parker Williams, Traveler, 5 x 11 x 1 inches closed, Digital print of original scroll ink drawing, 15 panels 3.5 x 157.5 total length, wood, and aluminum bound with black tyvek, Edition of 5