You will learn all about how to sew your own hardcover book known as a Case Binding or an Edition bound book. Explore the exciting world of bookbinding and gain a skill for life!
Michelle Lackenby from Paperazzi Design Studio, will take you through the importance of paper direction and grain, essential bookbinding tools and where to find them and of course the method and technique required to create your very own hardcover, book.
Come along and take your bookbinding skills to new heights! Case bound books are ideal for a handmade journal or notebook and are the perfect handmade gift to yourself or someone special. Decorative papers, ribbons and covers will be available for you to use to complete your A5 hardcover book to take home.
No experience necessary and all notes and materials will be provided for you to create your very own handmade book over a Sunday craft-a-noon in bookbinding!
Who is –Michelle Lackenby
Michelle (Mitch) Lackenby is qualified and lectures in the areas of Visual Communication, Graphic Design and Photography and has always been obsessed with pushing the boundaries of Art and Design within the realm of paper and bookbinding.
With over 20 years industry experience in creative fields which lead to the opening of her own business specialising in Paper-based Designs for events, Window Displays, photoshoots, Installations, Graphic Design and workshops. As the creative Director of Paperazzi Design studio, Mitch oversees the branding, photo shoots, Art/Design Direction for the business.
Duration: 2.5 Hours
- How to sew your own hardcover book known as a Case Binding or an Edition bound book.
- Explore the exciting world of bookbinding and gain a skill for life!
- Your own handmade A5 hardcover book
- Skills, materials and instructions
- All notes and materials will be provided for you to create your very own handmade book over a Sunday craft-a-noon in bookbinding!
No experience is necessary!
Vendor sincce 2017
Think is a combined shopfront and creative workshop venue in Thornbury founded in 2017 by Melbourne artist Maggie May (from the Middle Aisle), and musician and educator Joshua Kelly.
Think formed to nurture and support a local community of artists and creators, while simultaneously empowering people to develop creative thought through their interactions with artists’ products and workshops.
The store has a strong focus on local Australian made and ethically produced products, whilst the workshop venue connects customers directly to these makers through workshops and other creative events.