Book Arts

April 7, 2021
London — In 2019 the Philip K. Dick estate approached The Folio Society with a new idea for a truly spectacular project.
January 20, 2021
Bookbinding education in the UK has been given a welcome boost by The Clothworkers’ Company in London.
January 8, 2021
In our current issue, we covered the Paper Routes—Women to Watch show at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
January 6, 2021
Any reopening is cause for celebration, and on January 14 at 6:30pm, the Center for Book Arts i
December 15, 2020
Readers may have noticed something new in our recent issues: a little section up front we call “Editor’s Bookshelf.” It’s a brief list of new or forthcoming books that we think will most appeal to
December 10, 2020
Even in 2020, the holidays arrive at a fever pitch (at least, that's how I feel), but gift-giving takes on new meaning this year.
November 13, 2020
For millennia, artists around the world have illustrated the endless creative possibilities of humble paper. The ancient Chinese, who were the first to pound bark fibers into flexible sheets, …
October 27, 2020
Two engrossing new books of interest to collectors are out this Halloween season, both covering gruesome topics yet not grim to read.
May 28, 2020
Good news in from curator Deirdre Lawrence and the Center for Book Arts: the catalogue produced to accompany the CBA’s fall 2019 exhibition,
April 30, 2020
Rare Book School has just released a 15-minute documentary called Presswork, a remarkable production that explains one of their latest projects: c