Ink and paper: The survival of craftsmanship

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2 Responses to “Ink and paper: The survival of craftsmanship”

  1. AD Says:

    Reblogged this on High on Science & Tech – H.O.S.T.

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  2. Atticus C. Says:

    I purchased for my wife a hand-made journal for Christmas. She is an art teacher so she really appreciates hand made things. The paper is hand made, the lines were hand stamped on the paper by etched wood, as were the designs, and the journal itself was put together with leather by hand. It is quite nice and I kind of wish I had one for myself. It was $55 (as apposed to the $10 I could get a mass produced one) but it was worth it. There really is something special about artisan made products – I hope that style of making things never disappears completely.

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