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Ever since the Codex Seraphinianus was first published in 1981, the book has been recognized as one of the strangest and most beautiful art books ever made.

Ever since the Codex Seraphinianus was first published in 1981, the book has been recognized as one of the strangest and most beautiful art books ever made.

Or, when the base library closes. It makes me sick to think what will happen to all those books.

Or, when the base library closes. It makes me sick to think what will happen to all those books.

Christian Boltansky (France, 1944) "Flying Books" instalation in memory of Jorge Luis Borges in Ex Biblioteca Nacional – Centro Nacional de la Música, Buenos Aires. photos Ingrid Roddick

Christian Boltansky (France, 1944) "Flying Books" instalation in memory of Jorge Luis Borges in Ex Biblioteca Nacional – Centro Nacional de la Música, Buenos Aires. photos Ingrid Roddick

Griffin and Sabine Nick Bantock

Griffin and Sabine Nick Bantock

Alber Kami. Mit o Sizifu

Alber Kami. Mit o Sizifu

Mr Bingo • LOL drawing Illustration funny quote Cool quotes dope style Typography design graphics crafts DIY creative artwork colors colour print Poster Graphic graphic design handmade hand lettering mr bingo intooishun •

Mr Bingo • LOL drawing Illustration funny quote Cool quotes dope style Typography design graphics crafts DIY creative artwork colors colour print Poster Graphic graphic design handmade hand lettering mr bingo intooishun •

During the early medieval period, bookbinders across Europe developed a method we call "supported" sewing. The sewing thread attaches each section of the textblock to sewing supports, such as thongs or cords. Once the sewing process is complete, the ends of these supports are used to attach the two boards. Through the medieval manuscript period and into the incunabula period of early printing (1455-1500), these boards were most often made of wood.

During the early medieval period, bookbinders across Europe developed a method we call "supported" sewing. The sewing thread attaches each section of the textblock to sewing supports, such as thongs or cords. Once the sewing process is complete, the ends of these supports are used to attach the two boards. Through the medieval manuscript period and into the incunabula period of early printing (1455-1500), these boards were most often made of wood.

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