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B3363. Speaking of Book Art / Courtenay
Speaking of Book Art: Interviews with British and American Book Artists by Cathy Courtenay. 1999. 264pp. 7"x10". Paper $24.95 SALE

A collection of interviews with American and British book artists, including American book artists Julie Chen, Sas Colby, Betsy Davids, Johanna Drucker, Susan E. King, and British book artists Helen Douglas, Ronald King, Telfer Stokes, and Ian Tyson. 15 color, 101 b&w illustrations.


"...sheds new light on some of the most adventurous book artists working today. A well-edited blend of personal history and analysis of the field" - May Castleberry, editor of Contemporary Editions, Museum of Modern Art, New York.



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B2329. Tini Miura: Master's Bibliophile Bindings
Tini Miura 1980- 1990: A Master's Bibliophile Bindings
By Kyoiku Shoseki. 1991. 199pp. 10" x 15.5". Hardcover.

Page after page of Miura's designer leather bindings (169 total) reproduced (front, back, and spine) in glorious full color. The last sections cover her book design, posters, and pamphlet. A glorious book.



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