Book arts on the web:
The websites listed here include hubs for additional online resources, as well as more specific sites dealing with the book arts.
A good place to find contact information for people, libraries, museums, presses, etc. related to the book arts.
This article from the April 2004 issue of College & Research Libraries News provides a brief introduction followed by an annotated bibliography of web resources on the book arts, as well as information about listserves and journals/newsletters.
This hub for book arts resources contains tutorials, reference materials, information on exhibitions and programs, and an e-journal for bookbinders and book artists called Bonefolder.
Founded in 1983, the Guild works to support the development of the book arts. Contains an online gallery, links, and resource lists.
Founded in 1906, the Guild endeavors to sustain the crafts associated with fine books and increase public awareness of the book arts. The site offers a variety of resources, including information on exhibits, a directory, book arts links, and reference resources.
Projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE project is an annual touring exhibition of artist books, zines, and independent publications. Traveling by way of a vintage Airstream, the BOOKMOBILE visits a variety of venues in Canada and the US including community centers, schools, libraries, festivals and artist-run centers. The annual traveling collection of approximately 300 book works range from handmade and one-of-a-kind to photocopied and small press publications. The Bookmobile visited UWM in 2003 and 2005. Click here to see photos from each visit.