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Re: [BKARTS] Specialty Papers



Hi Meliva:

I received your photo in good shape.

It looks like a pastepaper with the pattern
created with sponges.

I'm somewhat confused that the paper is already
laid into your box, rather than on the book you say
you're trying to match.

In any case, if my guess is correct, I think your
problem may need to be solved by contacting
someone who might custom-make the design
you're seeking. There are lists of such people
available on the internet, and I know a few
here in New Mexico.

I have a hunch that they'd be hard-pressed to
duplicate the design without some visual dissonance
vs. what you show in your picture.They may
suggest a complementary design/coloring instead.

Would you like me to contact one or two to
see what they'd suggest?

Alan Shalette

----- Original Message -----
From: "MKoch" <mkoch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 4:04 PM
Subject: Specialty Papers

|
| I am looking for a specific hand painted paper that was used in a
| leather bound book that I own. I am making an accompanying
|leather-covered clamshell box and need the paper to match. The paper
|is | white mottled with green and rust. I have a digital file that I
|can e-mail to find the exact match. Does anyone have any ideas
|where I should go?
|
|
| Meliva Koch
| Author Services, Inc.
| 7051 Hollywood Blvd.
| Hollywood, CA 90028
| 323 466 3310
|
|

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