So why not consider a revolutionary if not long-forgotten information concept: a book; a book whose pages have texture that can be felt; a book whose letters make a slight indentation in the paper yet jump off the page; a book with hand-stitched binding.
“I’m trying to get people to see a book as an aesthetic artifact, not as a generic container,” says Dave Wofford, who operates the one-man letterpress Horse and Buggy Press. “I like the concept of attention to detail, tactileness, intimacy. To me books can’t be beat for those things.
via The Durham News