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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 25 May 2003 to 26 May 2003 (#2003-145)



This is a test, I am trying to post a call for artists and forgot how to do
it. sorry. L.
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Subject: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 25 May 2003 to 26 May 2003 (#2003-145)


> There are 11 messages totalling 389 lines in this issue.
>
> Topics of the day:
>
>   1. people'semail settings
>   2. people'semail settings??? (2)
>   3. bookbinding training in Indiana (2)
>   4. book arts publications
>   5. Protecting originals in handmade books
>   6. Introduction and Inkjet print life (3)
>   7. polaroid tranfers query
>
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> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 01:06:25 EDT
> From:    James Pepper <Biblescribe@AOL.COM>
> Subject: Re: people'semail settings
>
> I was just kidding around refering to the posting of their names.
> J
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 01:15:05 -0400
> From:    Sharon Henneborn <heneborn@EROLS.COM>
> Subject: Re: people'semail settings???
>
> I don't understand this setting problem.  ???
>
> ----------
> >From: James Pepper <Biblescribe@AOL.COM>
> >To: BOOK_ARTS-L@listserv.syr.edu
> >Subject: [BKARTS] people'semail settings
> >Date: Sun, May 25, 2003, 9:02 PM
> > OK this is getting bad.  People have set their email settings for out of
> > office replys to not only the Book arts list but to those who corntibute
to
> > the list.  So I  am getting slammed with email.  When you all get back
from
> the Holiday,please correct this or I will post your names! so there!
> > James
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 01:25:59 -0400
> From:    Sharon Henneborn <heneborn@EROLS.COM>
> Subject: Re: people'semail settings???
>
> Now I understand!
> I just got hit by a barrage of "Out of Office Reply"
>
> ----------
> >From: Sharon Henneborn <heneborn@EROLS.COM>
> >To: BOOK_ARTS-L@listserv.syr.edu
> >Subject: Re: [BKARTS] people'semail settings???
> >Date: Mon, May 26, 2003, 1:15 AM
> > I don't understand this setting problem.  ???
> > ----------
> >>From: James Pepper <Biblescribe@AOL.COM>
> >>To: BOOK_ARTS-L@listserv.syr.edu
> >>Subject: [BKARTS] people'semail settings
> >>Date: Sun, May 25, 2003, 9:02 PM
> >> OK this is getting bad.  People have set their email settings for out
of
> >> office replys to not only the Book arts list but to those who
corntibute to
> >> the list.  So I  am getting slammed with email.  When you all get back
from
> > the Holiday,please correct this or I will post your names! so there!
> >> James
> >
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> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 10:43:48 -0500
> From:    "John M. Fritz" <jmfritz@INDIANA.EDU>
> Subject: bookbinding training in Indiana
>
> Is anyone aware of bookbinding or bookarts workshops or training in
> Bloomington,
> Indiana (Indiana University) or anywhere in Indiana?
> Thanks,
> John M. Fritz
> mailto:jmfritz@indiana.edu
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 13:24:31 -0400
> From:    Eric Alstrom <eric.c.alstrom@DARTMOUTH.EDU>
> Subject: Re: bookbinding training in Indiana
>
> You can check the Guild of Book Workers online Study Opportunities List
for
> teachers/instructors in your area or across the U.S. (and in several other
> countries as well).  There is one listing for Indiana, and he is in the
> Bloomington area.
>
> The Guild's URL is: <http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw/index.shtml>
> Just click on the Study Opportunities link.
>
> Eric
>
> on 5/26/03 11:43 AM, John M. Fritz at jmfritz@INDIANA.EDU wrote:
>
> > Is anyone aware of bookbinding or bookarts workshops or training in
> > Bloomington,
> > Indiana (Indiana University) or anywhere in Indiana?
>
>
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> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 12:50:10 -0700
> From:    Gerald Lange <Bieler@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>
> Subject: Re: book arts publications
>
> I am wondering if there are any trade publications dedicated to book
> arts and especially if there are any publications that review artist's
> books. Also, what are people doing, if anything, to make the world of
> book arts known to a wider audience?
>
> Thank you,
> Jason Rayles
>
> Jason
>
> The Fine Press Book Association has a journal, _Parenthesis_, that is
> quite similar in format and content to its predecessors, _Fine Print_
> and _Bookways_. The emphasis is mainly on fine press books and related
> book arts, though today the old definitions and associations of fine
> press book and artists book are becoming quite blurred as practitioners
> are merging together the best qualities of both.
>
> The FPBA web site is at
>
> http://www.fpba.com
>
> Their group site is at
>
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FinePressBook
>
> Gerald Lange
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 13:31:20 -0700
> From:    marvellj <marvellj@PEAK.ORG>
> Subject: Protecting originals in handmade books
>
> I have 18 monoprints which will make up a handmade book. I would like to =
> use transparent sleeves to allow removal of the originals for framing. =
> Size of each page is 8 1/2"x10".  Are plastic portfolio sheets =
> acceptable? I would also consider tipping them on another sheet which =
> has a hinged mat and a transparent window. Lots of work, but I'm willing =
> to do what ever needs to be done. Any recommendations  for methods, =
> materials and preservation advise with be greatly appreciated.
> Jean Marvell
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 21:55:13 +0000
> From:    jen justjen <jenjustjen@HOTMAIL.COM>
> Subject: Introduction and Inkjet print life
>
> My name is Jen and I'm a Paper Addict.
> Bookbinding is helping me cope with that addiction.
>
> I've just started binding and am keen to get in contact with any fellow
> Australians on this list for their advice in terms of supplies ands
groups.
>
> My big question at the moment is the longevity of inkjet prints, can
> anything be done to extend their life? Has anyone had any experience or
> knowledge with the life of the prints?
>
> I'm thinking of making a recipe book and I was hoping that the prints
would
> have a reasonably long life.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Jen Hook
> http://jen.f1-comics.com
>
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>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 18:02:31 -0300
> From:    Sally <bythesea888@EARTHLINK.NET>
> Subject: Re: polaroid tranfers query
>
> Claire, I would like to respond to you.  I am assuming the papers are
always
> the same and you do not change your water, that is, in wetting the papers
or
> perhaps you are doing them dry.  But, in other words, you are having
> variable results under the absolute same conditions that are under your
> control.  I would be very happy to address this for you at Polaroid if I
> have more information from you as I call them all the time or I am sure
you
> could email them your concerns and they will most willingly work with you.
> Mostly my work is with emulsion lifts, but I do do dry and wet transfers
> from time to time.  Also I wonder if it is happening to only certain
batches
> of film, datewise, agewise, conditions under which it has been stored.
Are
> you using distilled water?
> Holly F Dupre has a PDF file called Polaroid Image Transfers Tools and
> Techniques that I am sure I downloaded from www.polaroid.com and Kathleen
> Thormod Carr has an Excellent book called Polaroid Transfers. You may know
> of the existence of these.
> I would love to know more about what you are doing and also see what you
are
> doing.
> Sally Thibault
>
> Owls Head, Maine
>
> > From: Claire Bolton <AlembicPrs@AOL.COM>
> > Reply-To: Book_Arts-L <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
> > Date: Sun, 25 May 2003 05:39:10 EDT
> > To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> > Subject: polaroid tranfers query
> >
> > I am working on a book at present where the illustrations are going to
be
> > Polaroid transfers, directly onto the text page. We have had some
trouble with
> > the cyan colour staining through the paper to the back. It does not
happen
> > with
> > every print, some are completely clean on the back, but some have blue
> > staining, particularly on the dark areas. We have not been able to work
out
> > what the
> > causes are and how we can minimise the problem. Has anyone else
experimented
> > with this method and have any tips?
> >
> > Claire
> >
> > Claire Bolton
> > The Alembic Press, Oxford, UK
> > http://members.aol.com/alembicprs/index.htm
> >
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> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 22:17:50 -0400
> From:    Katie Harper <knharper@FUSE.NET>
> Subject: Re: Introduction and Inkjet print life
>
> Jen
>
> As far as ink jet life is concerned, I'm not an expert, and there may be
> others on this list who can give you more explicit information. Basically,
> you need to ensure that the dyes in the ink jet inks are long-life (ie,
> archival), and that the substrate (ie, the paper you are printing on) is
> archival (ie, acid free). Epson makes "archival" inks that they say will
> last 200 years or more, and other ink jet mfrs. probably have archival
inks
> as well. No one knows for sure, of course, since this technology has only
> been around a short while, and all of it is dependent upon the conditions
of
> storage of the prints (ie, not exposed to direct light or oxygen); but the
> the assumption is that if you use archival inks on an archival substrate,
> your prints will have a reasonable chance of outliving all of us.
>
> Katie Harper
> Ars Brevis Press
> Cincinnati, OH
> 513-233-9588
> http://www.arsbrevispress.com
>
> on 5/26/03 5:55 PM, jen justjen at jenjustjen@HOTMAIL.COM wrote:
>
> > My name is Jen and I'm a Paper Addict.
> > Bookbinding is helping me cope with that addiction.
> >
> > I've just started binding and am keen to get in contact with any fellow
> > Australians on this list for their advice in terms of supplies ands
groups.
> >
> > My big question at the moment is the longevity of inkjet prints, can
> > anything be done to extend their life? Has anyone had any experience or
> > knowledge with the life of the prints?
> >
> > I'm thinking of making a recipe book and I was hoping that the prints
would
> > have a reasonably long life.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Jen Hook
> > http://jen.f1-comics.com
> >
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> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Mon, 26 May 2003 19:43:23 -0700
> From:    Steve Harris <dshlaw@EARTHLINK.NET>
> Subject: Re: Introduction and Inkjet print life
>
> Regarding the longevity of inkjet prints Check out
>
> http://www.inkjetmall.com/
>
> Steve Harris
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "jen justjen" <jenjustjen@HOTMAIL.COM>
> To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
> Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 2:55 PM
> Subject: Introduction and Inkjet print life
>
>
> > My name is Jen and I'm a Paper Addict.
> > Bookbinding is helping me cope with that addiction.
> >
> > I've just started binding and am keen to get in contact with any fellow
> > Australians on this list for their advice in terms of supplies ands
> groups.
> >
> > My big question at the moment is the longevity of inkjet prints, can
> > anything be done to extend their life? Has anyone had any experience or
> > knowledge with the life of the prints?
> >
> > I'm thinking of making a recipe book and I was hoping that the prints
> would
> > have a reasonably long life.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Jen Hook
> > http://jen.f1-comics.com
> >
> > _________________________________________________________________
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> >
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>
> ------------------------------
>
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