Bespoke Books and Artist Editions
Within a wide range of structures and materials, possibilities include reclaimed and altered books, renewals, reprints and sculptures in book form. We can include special pages, mixed materials, interleaving, reference materials, maps, special pages for writing or drawing in pastels, charcoal, inks, coloured pencils, transfers, tracings, collage for a whole range of special projects and creative ideas.
Some Odd pages is very pleased to create a suite of bespoke oversized painting sketchbooks for HRH Rostislav Romanoff III, specially bound with his family logo in gold foil inset.
Bespoke painting books for artist HRH Rostislav Romanoff III containing 50 leaves of specialised Sanders Waterford HP heavyweight paper, lie-flat Coptic binding, finished in fine Moroccan leather with reinforced magnetic closure and bone clasp. Dimensions 38cm T x 28cm W x 6cm D
Some Odd Pages is proud to have created an Artist Edition for the executives of Eames London Estates Ltd. Edition of 4, signed & numbered.
What the client said: “My thanks for all the trouble that you have taken to produce four superb books.”
Bespoke family archive box for documents and valuable items. Sage green silk with hand marbled lining over two levels. Inset compartments, tray lift ribbons, external and internal reinforcements, bordered title labeling. Dimensions 47cm T x 30cm W x 15cm D
Find out more about our Bespoke Archival Boxes or learn to make your own.
Order Your Own Artist Edition Binding
We specialise in creating hand bindings and creative short-run Artist Editions. Send your digital document as .PDF or ship your prepared pages. CONTACT the studio for printing guidelines. We print using our pigment printer with DuraBright Ultra Pigment inks onto Fabriano Accademia Fine Art paper.
This artist duo sent their own hand printed pages for Coptic binding.
Each project is unique, final structure and materials arrive through a collaborative process, we work to your vision. CONTACT Some Odd Pages with your idea and requirements.
My client has fallen in love with The Eternal City. She’s a fine artist who loves to paint and draw in the open, in situ, taking it all in as she goes. We’ve created a special travel journal for her to work with over several trips to Rome. Click on the book to see how it was made.