Little Spines is a yearly publication containing stories and poems from the Creative Writing students from RMIT. My aim was to create a contemporary, stylish publication on a low budget. The style of binding I used (Japanese Stab binding) has an abstract resemblance to an actual human spine visually, and also shares many of its characteristics; being quite ornate and fragile, yet extremely crucial, and vigilantly holds everything together.

Little Spines: yearly publication containing stories and poems from the Creative Writing students from RMIT. contemporary, stylish publication on a low budget, Japanese Stab binding.

8x8 size pages are kind of different. Still makes mailing easy. Practical enough?

lovE how its held together, how the text isn't constricted to a line and how the titles of each project are on a transparent sheet before the actual project, like a little trailer

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Great idea for printed graphic design portfolio. The color pops on the recycled cardstock. The table of contents is genius because it guides the reader through your work.

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Process Manual Volume on Behance. I really like the materials - hope to do something like this if I can find the right client! What if my "leave behind" was a booklet showing my process?

Mrs. Stitches by Ozan Akkoyun, via Behance

Stitches notebooks that show their luminous threads on the covers with a sewing technique called Herringbone stitch.

Minimalist #bookbinding with a variation of Japanese stab stitch by graciela

- journal stitch - this is more a journal type of binding. You can use a soft cover, or you can make holes in a hard cover for the stitches.

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paper stock variations to deliver different info or annunciate project etc. A History of Invisible Design - Transparency on Editorial Design Served

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