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Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding
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- Subject: Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding
- From: "Taverner,E" <E.Taverner@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 13:17:14 +0100
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But if we are to interpret Gabriel from the way you bind and present the
book, it IS presenting information.
PS: Gabriel is most famous as a messenger and is also the patron saint of
telecommunications: perhaps you could make the book speak!
PPS: Gone off Michael then? *grin* Happy Michaelmas anyway :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wes white [SMTP:octopuspowder@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 29 September 1998 09:59
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding
> Dear Lilias,
> >I feel that a book MUST ( in capital letters )
> *s*... so that's what capital letters are...
> >contain information of some sort. However we do have "blank" books,
> >dont we .......
> One of the books in my angel project is going to be based on Gabriel. At
> the moment all of the 540 pages are going to be blank apart from one
> page which might have a small smudge on it because Gabriel is squeaky
> clean: he was apparently ordered temporarily out of heaven once for
> failing to follow one of God's orders precisely to the letter (hence the
> smudge). It will have a pair of eyes on the front and be placed in a bed
> of linen.
> I'm fairly sure this is an artists book: I think it only contains
> information if you stretch definition of the latter to its elastic
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