Hand Papermaking Winter 2016 Issue, devoted to papermaking in Italy, is about to go on press! Guest Editor Lynn Sures selected a handful of her favorite images to give us […]
The current issue of Hand Papermaking focuses on the handmade paper work of artists under the age of 30, such as the research, teaching and practice of Islamic World Papermaking […]
International paper folklore is the theme of Hand Papermaking’s Summer 2014 Magazine. This cover depicts Recycling: Washi Tales, a theatre piece that has traveled the world with actors, musicians, dancers, […]
For this special issue devoted to papermaking in Italy, guest editor Lynn Sures rounded up an array of perspectives from Italian artists, scholars, academics, and artisans. The authors demonstrate their strong cultural heritage, with an eye to the relevance of papermaking as a living practice. It is…
In our thirtieth-anniversary issue, we look to the future of the field, presenting the next generation—papermakers and paper artists under 30. The tongue-in-cheek theme is from the 1960s Free Speech Movement: “Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30!” Here’s our line-up so far…
Volume 30, Number 2: A primer on sizing… Tim Barrett provides an overview of sizing terminology and sizing options for contemporary hand papermakers. John Baty covers the chemistry of sizing […]
From Winter 2010, p5, El Retorno by Laurence Barker.
From Summer 2009, p4, Chemistry in Paper: Professional Paper Collaborators Discuss Their Profession by Genevieve Wood.
A grainy 1950s image of Douglass Morse Howell, from our Summer 1994 issue.
Performers in handmade paper costumes, during opening ceremonies at the annual Wonju Hanji Festival. From the Summer 2014 issue of Hand Papermaking magazine.