BESTIARIUM.; Edición: Tatiana Zúñiga Góngora y Manuel Arias Silveira

Holguin, Cuba: Casa Editora Cuadernos Papiro, 2018. of handmade paper, illustrated with linocut printed typography, manually bound with line of red stitch, boards elaborated with fabric soaked in paper pulp, the central sheet is also handmade fabric soaked in paper pulp with collage of cotton strings and pieces of fabric and paper. Bound in pink handmade paper with decorative holes and loose threads at the edges creating a fringe. Includes one "Certificado de Autenticación" collaged with red ink stamp on first page, loose as issued. Item #111678
ISBN: 9789597163596

NUMBERED AND LIMITED EDITION NUMBER OF 50 COPIES. Letterpress artists' book on handmade paper. "La Casa Editora Cuadernos Papiro, especializada en libros-arte, ubicada en Holguín, Cuba, hace constar que usted posee el ejemplar No.17, de una tirada de 50 ejemplares del libro-arte Bestiarum , de Dulce María Loynaz, impresos sobre papel hecho a mano. En cada hoja de papel se utilizaron técnicas tradicionales de elaboración, sin aditamentos químicos. Para cada ejemplar se utilizó la técnica de tejido bañado en pulpa de papel y el collage, el diseño es obra de José Emilio Leyva Azze y Yaneh Esquijarosa Abradelo. La impresión de textos se realizó en máquinas antiguas: Linotipio Mergenthaler Linotype Co. de 1900, prensas The Gordon and Price Co. de 1899, tipografía del siglo XXVII e impresión directa plano contra plano. Este libro-arte se terminó de imprimir en Cuadernos Papiro, el 30 de octubre de 2018. Dando fe de lo anterior, Para hacer el papel de este libro no se dañó la naturaleza.” --Certificado de autenticación sheet.
The editorial Cuadernos Papiro has enjoyed a distinctive uniqueness for over a decade. Situated in a beautiful house of historic Holguin and like any initial dream, it began without resources or infrastructure. Its founders, in the nineties of the last century, committed the beautiful madness of creating a workshop to make ecological handmade paper. Those acute times of crisis required urgent solutions to provide the artists of suitable support for their artwork. Then it began a process of laborious and ecological papermaking. Today, more than forty types of papeblanco are produced, with color and recycled with various fibers that meet the most stringent parameters of quality and resistance. To make this paper a tree is not cut, nature is not damaged. In 2000 they took advantage of the dismantling of many old printers by technological change that imposed the digital era, and were acquired for the local beautiful machines with American technology of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, with the dual aim of making books and display them on a rising living museum of graphic arts. The editions are limited to one hundred numbered copies, and each book is designed by leading artists.

Price: $90.00

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