Hand Papermaking Newsletter #42‘s “For Beginners” column interrogates the line between paper and paper-like substrates. Read the full text here. It has been said that the earliest papermaker was the […]
Archives for October 2016
From the surface of the moon to armor to clothing, paper has been used throughout its history to mimic and become other objects. The cover of Hand Papermaking’s Winter 2009 […]
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 […]
The current issue of Hand Papermaking focuses on the handmade paper work of artists under the age of 30, such as this piece by Anthony Young: Untitled (Black Self Portrait), […]
In honor of this coming week’s Annual Meeting of the Friends of Dard Hunter, we’d like to share a “History of Papermaking” article from our For Beginners column. Hand 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, […]
Several original, signed, numbered volumes by Dard Hunter: “Paper Making In Siam,” “Papermaking By Hand In India,” “Chinese Ceremonial Paper,” and “A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China.” All in excellent condition. Also Baker’s “By His Own Labor,” leather bound, mint (and same, cloth bound). Also Hunter’s “Papermaking Through Eighteen Centuries” published by Rudge, 1930. Request more info, or express interest by contacting Woody Rice, firstname.lastname@example.org, (302) 571-8381.
In the October 2016 issue of Hand Papermaking Newsletter you can catch up on the latest listings and read about making parchment, teaching paper in an old shoe factory, making a living from handmade paper in 1930, the marbled papers of Vi Wilson, and papermaking from recycled clothing.