Project aim: To produce a determined (as opposed to random) sequence of printed images and text to be presented in book form – codex or accordion structure. Text may be original or found; minimum of 8 pages/sheets to establish clear narrative structure; open choice of printing techniques.
Produce a book that someone wants to keep and loves to hold using information that will help them towards making changes in their lives.
- Plates – lino
- Codex – Japanese stab binding
- Awa paper used for lino prints with gouache
- Text on tracing paper
- Cover Kraft paper
Becca Making Faces blog: Japanese stab binding tutorial: hearts
Lino print inspiration on Pinterest : http://www.pinterest.com/dinmahomed/lino-prints/
Smith, Esther, 2007, How to make books, Random House Inc, New York
Rivers, Charlotte, 2011, Hand Made Type workshop, Thames & Hudson, London
Seddon, Tony, 2013, Draw your own fonts, Ivy Press, UK
Lupton, Ellen, 2008, Indie Publishing: How to design and produce your own book, Princeton Architectural Press, New York
Seddon, Tony & Waterhouse, Jane, 2009, Graphic design for non-designers, Chronicle Books, San Francisco