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Book Arts / Artist's Books
This is a general guide about artist's books and the Baylor Book Arts Collection
Book Artist, Julie Chen, "has achieved prominence by creating conceptually sophisticated works that combine traditional techniques, such as letterpress printing and hand bookbinding, with more modern technologies such as photopolymer plates and laser cutting. She is known for pushing the structural boundaries of the artist's book with a range of architectural and sculptural approaches. At the same time, her work is praised for its high standard of production and emphasis on the artist's book as a tactile experience. - Wikipedia: "Julie Chen (book artist)"
Peter and Donna Thomas are book artists, letterpress printers, and paper makers who have visited Baylor several times for lectures, demonstrations, and workshops with studio art classes. More about them and their work can be found at https://members.cruzio.com/~peteranddonna/.
Artist's Books at MIT
A brief intro to artist's books from MIT Libraries
Book Arts Program Univ. of Utah Marriott Library
Interview about the Book Arts Program the University of Utah's Marriott Library (PBS Utah).
State Library of Victoria
Des Cowley, State Library of Victoria's Rare Printed Collections Manager, shares highlights from the State Library's collection of artist's books.