Journal: Evidence of Erosion No. 9
Evidence of Erosion No. 9 is a pocket-sized journal covered in crackly leather from a chair from the 1800s and red and white striped mid-century fabric that I discovered in an abandoned house - tiny bits, remains from a handmade dress (also found in the house). The already well-worn but stiffish leather will continue to get better with time.
4 3/4 inches high
3 1/4 inches wide
1 inch spine
78 sheets (156 pages)
Comes with card that details materials and is signed and dated.
Our books are made using archival insides and antique outsides. Inside you'll find lineless strathmore drawing paper - thick, hand-torn, acid-free pages that work perfectly with ink, pens both thick and superfine, pencil, charcoal, and myriad other mediums. The pages are each hand sewn with archival linen binder's thread. The books can be carried daily and beat up. They are quite strong creatures.