Digital Hybrids Save Bookbinding Craft From Extinction

Digital Hybrids Save Bookbinding Craft From Extinction

Handmade iPad cases evoke the bound journals of yore while preserving a centuries-old craft.

Stephen Fortune
  • 8 april 2011

The real impact of the iPad on the publishing industry has yet to be determined. And for all the hand wringing about the twilight of the printed book that accompanies any speculation in that regard, it’s worth remembering the interesting analog-digital hybrids that can emerge from a new medium encroaching on the book’s territory.

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