Hand-bound iron book by Simona Noli

This wonderfully strange-looking book is a project by Simona Noli, a book-binder from Cordoba, Spain.

The content itself is somewhat eclectic, consisting of pages featuring photography, paper-cuttings, and inky experiments, which she explains is “a visual journey, a walk through the different aspects of my experience in Cordoba.”

The leaves are all bound together with a coptic stitch between a silk and oxidised iron cover. Be sure to take a look at Simona’s other books, they’re beautiful.

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