How can you tell a story through sounds? How can you make it fun and engaging to tell? How do you allow a reader some freedom without losing him? Click here to see the making of this letterpress-printed sound story…
Ok, so I admit I love onomatopoeia. And it’s no surprise that I’ve chosen to go with “SQUISH” as the title for my next venture, a small crafts/activity booklet for kids. I’m having so much fun making it. I have been playing around with logo ideas today.
The accordion book is now letterpress printed on beautiful mohawk paper, and bound into it’s jacket! I will update you later this week on where you can order a copy online, or for pre-ordering direct please email me at maiabeyrouti(a)gmail.com The book’s size is 12.7 x 21.6cm (5″ x 8.5″) closed 101.6 x 21.6cm 40″ […]
That’s the sound that the dust jacket will make when you open it and unfold the accordion book, to reveal my very first onomatopeia story. Yes, the book is finished!!! Here is a sneak-peek at the design layout for said dust jacket, unfolded. Tomorrow, I get down and dirty with the Vandercook press and print […]