There’s something beautiful about a stack of books bound with Coptic stitch. Particularly when you know that the contents of each book are your own. These are copies of my Book of Splendor, a collection of poetry exploring the relationships between nature and the divine in a particular corner of New England.
These are part of a limited edition of 100 copies: numbered, and hand bound, and the hand signed by the author, that is me. I interested in buying one? Let me know.
[…] on how we mark it, as how we choose to shape it or design it to function. It also folds, and it can be sewn, and it can serve as template for other projects; and it can teach complex concepts in short order […]