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Modern chinese novel cover | lc2046

Modern chinese novel cover | lc2046

Japanese Manhole Cover - This one is Very Similar in Style to the Lovely Metal Hand Mirrors of the Edo Period!!!

Japanese Manhole Cover - This one is Very Similar in Style to the Lovely Metal Hand Mirrors of the Edo Period!!!

From Penguin's Drop Caps series of books http://www.penguin.com/static/pages/classics/penguindropcaps.php

From Penguin's Drop Caps series of books http://www.penguin.com/static/pages/classics/penguindropcaps.php

Brochure for the Asian Arts Theatre, which eventually became the Asia Culture Center Theater (Gwangju, 2015). Offset printing, saddle-stitching with cover, page size 105 x 150 mm, 48 pp. //  Two brochures — one for the theater’s regular programs, the other for the opening festival — are combined into a single booklet. The size is small, and the pages show the names of the participating artists, not much else. The intention was to make each page work as a miniature poster bill. The background…

Brochure for the Asian Arts Theatre, which eventually became the Asia Culture Center Theater (Gwangju, 2015). Offset printing, saddle-stitching with cover, page size 105 x 150 mm, 48 pp. // Two brochures — one for the theater’s regular programs, the other for the opening festival — are combined into a single booklet. The size is small, and the pages show the names of the participating artists, not much else. The intention was to make each page work as a miniature poster bill. The background…

Mae St. John Bramhall " The Wee Ones of Japan" New York: Harper & Bros., 1894.

Mae St. John Bramhall " The Wee Ones of Japan" New York: Harper & Bros., 1894.

This entire page has amazing book-binding work!  I forgot how much I loved this

Showing off some of my students’ work

This entire page has amazing book-binding work! I forgot how much I loved this

The chinese knot is flatter than the French knot, more shapely, not so twisted. In Chinese embroideries it's seldom used as isolated stitch but generally massed together, often covering large areas.

The chinese knot is flatter than the French knot, more shapely, not so twisted. In Chinese embroideries it's seldom used as isolated stitch but generally massed together, often covering large areas.

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