Going Places

The Making

Often our busy life doesn’t allow us to travel too far. In order to see new places, we go for just short family get-aways around Texas. From Dallas to Galveston Island, “Going Places” is a collection of pictures of random landmarks in cities of Texas taken during the trips. I decided to preserved the memories from these short explorations in a handmade photo book. This is a pictorial description of the process of making the book. Ine Burke Inegaleri.com

“Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.”

Dalai Lama

Book dimension 13”x9.5” 18 pages, one sided Entrada Rag Natural, 300 gsm Inkjet black ink printing Hardcover wrapped in bookcloth Japanese stab binding

Selecting and arranging the dummies

Printing on actual 13”x19” paper

All printed and cut

The cut board for front cover with inset and strips to allow folding

Gluing the board and strip to the book-cloth

The back cover folds nicely after wrapped in cloth

Antique Iris paste paper by C. Maziarczyck for the inside cover and waxed thread for binding

Covers and content ready for drilling

Drilling holes for easy binding

Ready for binding

Japanese stab binding

The folds

Going Places

The content

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  • juliamsummer

    That photo book looks fantastic! ✨👌 Such a great idea.


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