book binding

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the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book

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We have taught them book binding skills to ensure a sustainable source of income for them.
Simeon describes book binding as a "serious paying hobby" and added: "I try to keep my work for top end book binding, the sort of work wanted by collectors."
The duo will be teaching specialised techniques but making them seem easy, with everything from making handmade paper, creating your own books and highly-specialised book binding.
Sarris later emailed Father Justin, the monastery's librarian, to suggest he take a closer look at the book binding.
Staff were able to learn the relaxation techniques of Gokeiki ( a form of Tai Chi, limber up with salsa dancing or try their hand at traditional techniques of book binding.
He dropped his acting ambitions in search for a trade and studied book binding as an apprentice for a year, before landing a job at HarperCollins.
I was greatly saddened to hear of the closure of the book binding department in the Central Library.
The first entry, Bath, shows that there are museums dedicated to book binding and the post.
The book, which is being sold by book binding specialists Bibliotheca Wittockiana, based in Brussels, is expected to be snapped up by a collector of old natural history books.
The Thames and Hudson Manual of Book Binding. Arthur W.
And a rainy day can also be a good time to learn the art of book binding. Campers enjoy making scrapbooks or journals to preserve sketches and drawings, record words to a favorite song, express their innermost thoughts, or keep original poetry.
The poems capture in verse a fugitive moment of history (usually classical or Renaissance) or else an objet d'art (a vase, a coin, an ornate book binding), usually in one startling image.
Called "Bound to Last: Book Binding from the Middle Ages to the Modern Day", the exhibition explores the history of bookbinding through a unique selection of books.