Definition of the Artist’s Book; What is a Book; BSO’s (Book Shaped Objects); Art vs. Craft
This link leads to the transcript of a discussion held on the Book_Arts-L listserv in March 1998. It is interesting reading but be warned - the document is very large. It runs to 74 A4 pages.
Ed Hutchins is a book artist who uses a range of different techniques and unusual formats to produce his limited edition work. The mail aim of this web site is to market his work, but if you browse to the gallery section (click on the heading that says ‘Books of Editions’) you will find a number of images of his work.
Emily Martin and the Naughty Dog Press
This is another artists web site, designed as a marketing tool. The gallery section contains a range of images of books by the artist.
The Book Arts Web
Peter Verheyen’s Book Arts Web is the gateway to a huge range of book arts resources. The Gallery section contains examples of the work of selected book artists and an extensive list of links to other pages, while the Book Arts Links section includes links to a diverse range of resources.
The William Blake Archive
The William Blake Archive is a comprehensive site on William Blake, providing an extensive bibliography and making available electronic versions of his illuminated books.
Tom Phillips: A Humument
This is a web site devoted to Tom Phillip’s altered book A Humument. It contains illustrated essays on the book, a biography and a bibliography.
This is Tom Phillips’ web site. It follows the format of the Works and Texts, a book about the work of Phillips. It contains wonderful illustrations and explanatory text written by Phillips.