|Most of the Warwick Press collection.|
What interested him in particular is proportionate and elegant the flaps were. Here was only really familiar with ones made of binders board that required multiple pieces and were covered in several steps. They also never seemed to fit the item that well, especially smaller/thinner ones. This is a great solution. Can't remember where I learned it, might have been from Bill Minter in Chicago.
Here's a link to the handout I created for PRT552, Book Arts, that I taught at Syracuse University in 2007.
|Opening the portfolio. The flaps are made of book cloth and paper that|
have been glued together and when dry, cut to size and folded to fit.
|Opening the portfolio and removing Once Upon a Time, vol 4.|
|He really likes the way the flaps look and work.|
|Definitely like it...|
|Thank you for showing me. Instructions for making these are where...?|
Ah-ha, the handout is here.