To Make a Book, Walk on a Book

On the making “Koya Bound”: A book of photographs from the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage walk in Japan

When making a book, I find it’s useful to walk on the book. To peek over it and look for patterns, shuffle pages, grouping and ungrouping the loose sheets. Walls work too — a book can be made on a wall. But floors are easier. And there’s something…




Probably walking on a mountain …

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Probably walking on a mountain …

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