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- 25 Years The Book Art Movement 1974-1999:
Paper presented by Richard Minsky at the 2001 SHARP conference.
- Alciato's Book of Emblems:
a collection of 212 Latin emblem poems, each consisting of a motto (a
proverb or other short enigmatic expression), a picture, and an epigrammatic
text. Alciato's book was first published in 1531, with this text being
from the 1621 edition.
Arts Publishing: Artists' Books (1960-1980) by Stephen Perkins.
- An Interview with
Mr. Richard Minsky: Professional & Academic Perspectives of
Book Art. At Artschools.com.
- Arbeitskreis für die
Erfassung und Erschließung Historischer Bucheinbände (AEB)
/ Association for the Recording and Reconstruction of Historical Bookbindings:
- Archiv künstlerischer Bücher:
Artist's book collection and information site with link to many German
language sites and resources. In German.
- Art et Métiers du Livre:
French language journal for fine binding and the book arts.
- Artist Book News: A central
marketplace for buyers and sellers of the book arts online. A high quality
printed Newsletter is published Spring and Fall, promoting book artists
to buyers worldwide.
Books Information at Yale: Organized by Jae Jennifer Rossman at
the Yale University Arts of the Book Collection..
- Bindereport: Monthly magazin reporting on
developments, products, and news, in the fields of hand and commercial
binding. In German.
- Blurb: Create and self-publish
books, magazines & ebooks
- Book Arts Newsletter:
Published monthly by Sara Bodman of the Centre
for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England,
- Booktown: of a project between
five European book towns. The Site is developmental and during the project
period different services will be tried out. The EU-project BookTownNet
aims at making Book Towns more readily accessible to the public, and
to create a network between the towns.
Cover Art: Whether Private Manuscripts or Rare Books, Custom Bookbinding
Gives Them a Great Look: From Cigar Aficionado, Spring 1996.
- Dauvet Batteur d'Or: Gold beaters in France.
- Dragonhome's Rubber Stamping Pages:
Your window on the rubber stamp world!
Embroidered Bookbindings: By Cyril Davenport, published 1899. From
the Internet Archive.
- The Essentials
of Book Collecting
- Europeana: The information
service for the National Libraries of Europe.
- Exlibris: International bookplate
- Graphic Artists Guild: Artists union
(now part of UAW) which also publishes Pricing and Ethical Guidelines.
in Plain Sight: A brief History of Fore-edge painting: From the
Gill Fore-edge Painting Collection at Marist College.
The impact of public access and programming on acquisitions policies
at the Joan Flasch Artist's Book Collection: For those doing presentations
around artist's books (and similar) to students, or artist's wanting
to see how their books are used for pedagogical purposes, a well done
presentation by Doro Boehme (School of the Art Institute of Chicago,
Druckgeschichte: Journal vom Internationalen
Arbeitskreis für Druck- und Mediengeschichte e.V.
- Journal of Artists'
Books (JAB): Published by Brad Freeman, founded in 1994, the only
publication devoted exclusively to criticism in the field of artists'
books. Contains artists' pages, interviews, critical and historical
articles, and reviews of books.
- Lulu: Self-publishing and POD made
- PRINT Online: The digital companion
to PRINT, America's Graphic Design Magazine. Updated regularly, it features
the latest from the world of graphic design.
- La Reliure:
Meta-site with numerous European book arts resources.
for the history of books and printing. From Daniel Traister's page.
- Second Editions: Art furniture
from "This into That." Furniture is made from books by Jim
Rosenau. Great fun!
- The Book Collector:
"The pre-eminent journal in its field deals with all aspects of
books, ancient and modern;
with libraries, the book trade and book collecting.
- Tom Phillips Website:
Learn about the work of this noted artist and bookmaker.
- Turning the
Pages: Treasures from the British Library.
- Umbrella: A journal
for the book arts edited by Judith Hoffberg.
- Xlibris: Provides publishing
and community services for authors. Xlibris provides authors with direct,
personal and nearly immediate access to publication in hardback, trade
paperback and electronic formats, while enabling authors to keep their
rights to their work. You upload files to them, and they'll publish/print