Tag: paper

Post ID: 6763

What tape does to paper. You can see my fingers through the tape, which has made the paper translucent.

Deckle-Fetishism | The New Antiquarian | The Blog of The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

Deckle-Fetishism | The New Antiquarian | The Blog of The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

Post ID: 7372

thepapersaver: There’s a tarantula in the hallway! Hee hee heeee! You can buy tarantula tissue from Conservation by Design.

Post ID: 7876

risilovesink: I have now spent about a week rearranging individual fibers of tissue on this page of a German children’s book that no one will ever look at or care about ever again. Our tutor brought it in to give the people who had very […]

Paper torture

Glass bead massage

5daysofpreservation: Day 3, #5daysofpreservation: Gently rolling glass beads can help relax newly lined documents. pic.twitter.com/G9gTJ4yQE4 — CCAHA (@SavePAsPast) July 16, 2014 This was a tip presented by Betsy Palmer Eldridge, at the 2014 AIC Annual Meeting, during the Book and Paper Group “tips” session. It […]

Post ID: 8766

libralthinking: The Mortality of Paper – Elizabeth Yale. http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/07/papers-mortality/373943/ “Questions of value became even more acute when I finally turned to the box of papers, invaluable to me, yet worthless to the insurer. As a historian studying the destruction and preservation of papers and manuscripts […]

The gloves are off

The gloves are off

Shape-shifting paper

Shape-shifting paper Student creates self-folding paper that takes on creative shapes before your eyes, and may completely change the packaging industry. Um, so this is cool.