There are a number of centers for book arts spread throughout the country, here’s a link to the NYC organization.
Keith Smith, the artist who made the String and Shadow book we looked at the first day has published a number of great books about binding, of particular note are his books about non-adhesive binding.
And here’s one last method for linking pages without glue or thread, this can be done with paper as well.
So here’s a blog post containing some lovely drawings explaining the advanced stitch which was demo’d today.
Sea Lemon is a youtube channel with a bunch of different binding instructions.
Philobiblion is a website with a tremendous number of resources related to bookbing.
Here’s a link to a speciality supplier of various bookbinding tools.
Whitney Hubbs has shared some screenshot images she keeps around for ideas and inspiration. Whitney is teaching a section of the Fuse Lab course and is a Photograph Professor here at Alfred. Check out her work here
These digital sketches from Expanded Media Professor, Barbra Lattanzi’s desktop “sketchbook” (click for larger images)
And check Barbra’s website here
While we did not created marbleized paper in class, this video is a delight, both in terms of the aged production values of faded film colors, narrator, and sound track, but also pay close attention to the dexterity and tools employed by the artisan making the marbleized paper.