Bookbinding, book arts, interview, Hanmer, Verheyen
Art Practice | Book and Paper | Library and Information Science
This is the second in a continuing series of interviews of Guild members. Current and former Exhibitions Chairs Karen Hanmer and Peter Verheyen met at Standards in Chicago in 1999. She never dreamed his subliminal messages would entice her from making “freaky-foldies” to become a binder. He never suspected she would attempt to seduce him to the other side with odd examples of vaguely book-like ephemera. They share an appreciation of fine craft, spare design, and excessively robust (read Teutonic) endsheets.
Verheyen, Peter D. and Hanmer, Karen H., "Member Profiles: Karen Hanmer and Peter Verheyen" (2007). Library and Librarians' Publication. Paper 4.
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