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Fold up, fold in, fold over. Smooth paper and sharp folds — the excit­ing thing hap­pens inside and in between. As long as you get the right con­di­tions in the form of knowl­edge and tools, you can man­u­fac­ture what you want and build beau­ti­ful things.

  • Small folder in brass that creates a sharp fold on paper and leather. This brass folder lies well in your hand when you are working and takes up little space. Size: 120 x 20 x 2,5 mm
  • Folder

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    Small bonefolders in teflon that does not leave marks when folding paper or working with leather. This mini teflon folder lies well in your hand when you are working. Size: 4.3 x 0.6 x 0.2 in
  • Notebooks, photo albums, keepsakes books, lovely boxes, greeting cards, leather bound journals, clever pouches for seeds, and cute paper bobbins. This book is brimming of beautiful as well as practical things made from paper. The book is written in swedish. Each project has written instructions, photographs, and clear step-by-step illustrations, which means you can confidently embark on even the most demanding project. To simplify things further, the book has a special section dedicated to paper, including a selection of actual paper samples. In the back of the book you will also find a Swedish to English glossary. .
  • In my second book, “Limp bindings from the Vatican Library”, you will acquaint yourself with yet more variants of the exciting bookbinding technique “limp bindings”, a technique used mainly on volumes for everyday use. These are techniques with infinite possible variations of materials, methods, and structure. Since glue is seldom used, one can easily combine a number of different materials. With its 1.1 million printed books and 80 000 manuscripts the Vatican Library is one of the biggest libraries in the world. I present eleven books with extensive technical descriptions. You will also be able to read about the Vatican Library and the Conservation Department. This time, in the Gallery, I have asked eleven book artists from Estonia, France, Italy, Sweden, the United States, and United Kingdom to create their own variants, using the originals as departure points. Also designing this book, I have been inspired by medieval works as regards layout, headings and illustrations. Full colour/printed in English/74 pages. Price includes VAT Shipping costs will be added at checkout
  • Limp bindings were at times temporary, and provided a means of keeping, preserving and organizing administrative minutes, accounts, and other various documents. They were developed when, unlike today, there was less choice in material, but in a time when there were incentives to develop ingenious and creative methods of binding. These are techniques with infinite possible variations of materials, methods, and structure. Since glue is seldom used, one can easily combine a number of different materials. I present eight books from the City Archives in Tallinn, with extensive technical descriptions. In the Gallery, I have asked eight Swedish and Estonian bookbinders to create their own variants, using the originals as points of departure. In designing this book, I have drawn inspiration from medieval works as regards layout, headings and illustrations. The illustrations are by Jordi Arkö. Full colour / printed in english / 43 pages. Only unbound copys available. Price includes VAT Shipping costs will be added at checkout
  • In my second book, “Limp bindings from the Vatican Library”, you will acquaint yourself with yet more variants of the exciting bookbinding technique “limp bindings”, a technique used mainly on volumes for everyday use. These are techniques with infinite possible variations of materials, methods, and structure. Since glue is seldom used, one can easily combine a number of different materials. With its 1.1 million printed books and 80 000 manuscripts the Vatican Library is one of the biggest libraries in the world. I present eleven books with extensive technical descriptions. You will also be able to read about the Vatican Library and the Conservation Department. This time, in the Gallery, I have asked eleven book artists from Estonia, France, Italy, Sweden, the United States, and United Kingdom to create their own variants, using the originals as departure points. Also designing this book, I have been inspired by medieval works as regards layout, headings and illustrations. Full colour/printed in English/74 pages. Price includes VAT Shipping costs will be added at checkout