We’d be nothing without paper! Trade, communication, finance and civilisation were founded on it. Bookbinders can’t live without it. Now this Rag & Pulp: Book Review strongly recommends reading about a (beautifully curated) variety of ways you can get creative with it.
Number Eleven in the splendid Encyclopedia of Inspiration, Rag & Pulp showcases forty-two people who use paper as a means of expression. Discover folders, marblers, printers, jewellers, weavers, binders and more.
The book’s design allows us to really meet each Rag & Pulp creative in generous, spacious, colourful spreads. It’s a gem to keep close by, to banish bleak times.
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Find instructions for how to make your own little January Tunnel Book with cotton rag paper here.
*Thank you dear Kim for sending me this book after our Paris Love Letters adventure XXX*