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Links 1 through 10 of 1357 Paul K's Bookmarks

'Go, Little Book' exhibition: This gallery highlights three portable medieval manuscripts from the collections of Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library -- Boethius Girdle Book, Rothschild Canticles + Folding Calendar

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""The Archigram Archival Project is a purely digital resource, displaying digital versions of works held in many different collections. Almost 10,000 items are included in this archive, including digital versions of drawings, collages, paintings, photographs, magazines, articles, slides and multi-media material, accompanied by original texts by Archigram wherever these are available." "The Archigram Archival Project makes the work of the seminal architectural group Archigram available free online for public viewing and academic study." "The extraordinary influence of the mainly unbuilt 1961-1974 architectural group Archigram is internationally acknowledged."

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Graphics Atlas is a new online resource that brings sophisticated print identification and characteristic exploration tools to archivists, curators, historians, collectors, conservators, educators, and the general public - it explores the science behind prints from the pre-photographic to the digital. With magnified views of the emulsion, and of the print under various light sources, the Graphic Atlas aids in the identification and understanding of photographic processes. (Rochester Institute of Technology)

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The e-rara dbase presents full rare book scans of 16th/17th cent. books held and/or published in Switzerland. It centralises books held at all the major Swiss libraries. I have not had an in-depth look through here (en francais) but it has great quality digital files, multiple ways to browse: look for 'mosaic' link to get thumbnail pages.

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"The newest in a series of online collections from Harvard University, Expeditions and Discoveries delivers maps, photographs, and published materials, as well as field notes, letters, and a unique range of manuscript materials on selected expeditions between 1626 and 1953." (relates to NINE expeditions)

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"It is a universally known standard reference work" "household word to all students of the great Northern European schools of printmaking" I still haven't gone right through this but it has some essays online on great artists (at least)

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"A blog about making metal book clasps, bosses, and book decorations and other things book arts related"

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Vintage public service pamphlets/booklets in which recognised artist-illustrators contributed drawings, often featuring their famous cartoon/comic characters. You can see the front page of these works as jpeg images but you need to d/load as pdfs. [University of Nebraska-Lincoln collection via CONTENTdm structure]

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"reference image database, with more than 37000 blueprints, templates, 3/4/5-views and drawings" --- NB. larger sizes are accessible if you register (for free)

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"Harvard University has cataloged, conserved, and digitized hundreds of Islamic manuscripts, maps, and published texts from Harvard’s renowned library and museum collections. [..] Users can search or browse online materials that date from the 13th to the 20th centuries". [this is a very significant collection]

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