A Gorgeous Look at How Books Are Born

Sure, high speed printers can spew out the WSJ's full daily circulation in five hours but where's the soul in that? Where's the craftsmanship? To see the magic of traditional book-making in action, check out Birth of a Book.


Glen Milner produced this book-binding vignette at Smith-Settle Printers in Leeds, England as the binders bound Suzanne St Albans' Mango and Mimosa. [Vimeo via NotCot]



Brought a tear to my eye for some reason.