“Techniton Politeia” means “city (or community) of artisans” in Greek.
Since the beginning one of the blog’s goals has been to bring people closer to the art and craft of bookbinding and other associated crafts. To make them understood and appreciated.
Following the philosophy described above, I present you with a series of interviews of talented artisans, as an invitation to step into their workspaces and explore their world of creativity and beauty.
Join our conversation with Kate as she talks about the place of design bindings in the art world, the continuity and therapeutic potential of our craft, the importance of handcrafting and more!
In this interview Jemma introduces us to the mesmerizing Art&Craft of Marbling.
Wu is a Taiwanese-Canadian bookbinder based in Toronto. Apart from impressive reliure d’art, he also specialises in marbling and adorable miniature bindings.
Jin Hu is located in the far east. Self-taught to a great extent, her work has been continuously evolving over the years, presenting us with wonderful creations along the way.
Samuel Feinstein Part 1
Samuel Feinstein Part 2
Samuel Feinstein creates bindings gracefully balancing between the classic and modern and is also known for his excellent finishing.
Jana is a renown binder and bookbinding instructor specializing in fine bindings.
Emma produces works of arts using books as her medium.