We Love Our Books
Books are instinctive. They fit our hands and our ‘ocular readers’ are already installed.
Books don’t require a plug, a power source or a screen. Books do not crash.
Books can be shared, stored and retrieved without any special equipment.
We move with ease throughout a book, seeing all the pages at once.
A book can be any size and shape, an architecture of pages and covers that can fold out, hang up, turn inside out or collapse down; a portal, a doorstop, a footstool, a leg prop or a drinks coaster.
Books are a sculptural narrative, visual, tactile, intimate, monumental and timeless.
The mighty and humble book, infinitely adaptable content and context between moving covers.
“Book Arts represent a unique crossroads in contemporary visual arts. I combine traditional methods with an original approach to materials and
techniques developing a number of unique bindings through experimentation, exploration and simply taking apart and reconstructing many books over the years. At every point there is a layering of tradition and innovation, convention and reinvention.”
Meg Green, Some Odd Pages
See our limited edition Artist Books and learn how to make your own books of sound construction and lasting beauty with Some Odd Pages.