Bindings with paper keys and hooks

The technical manual devoted to the two binding processes developed by Grégoire Vigneron will be presented as part of the exhibition “Extensions of Imagination” which will take place this summer at the Royal Museum of Mariemont. A co-edition of Atelier du Livre / Esperluète éditions The publication will be available in Belgium at the Museum store from June 21 or at the Éditions Esperluète website. From October in France, Switzerland and Canada.

Paperoŝlo & Paperoko
Bindings with paper keys and hooks

This book presents two rapid, innovative, and completely self-supporting binding techniques.
Book and paper artist Grégoire Vigneron has researched a technique for creating directly assembled structures where the parts form the framework of the book object. Needing no other materials apart from paper, the Paperoŝlo and Paperoko techniques use keys and hooks which also make it possible to add or remove sections without compromising the structure of the book block.

Suitable for all levels, this user-friendly manual presents step-by-step instructions for making these bindings, along with different aesthetic variations, accompanied by clear diagrams and including templates for cutting all the individual parts.

28 € • 16,5 x 23 cm • 104 pages • bilingual french-english • isbn 9782359841893 • June 2024 • [dans l’atelier] • co-edition Esperluète – l’Atelier du Livre de Mariemont

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