Book from the writer and visual artist Nadja Voss, released for the first time in 2010, with 5.12 x 7.67 (in). 30 copies in tradicional japonese bookbinding, with internal nokotoji stitching. One of the main features was the use of different papers, as the base in eggshell 90 m/g2 with dry emboss (including handmade stencils), the cover created by the author, but mainly, the Washi papers, as the Obonai with golden fibers, the Asarakusui, and some lace, as the Sekainami and the Gold/Silver. The texts were writen between 2005 and 2010, revised by Paulo Henriques Britto – who also wrote the introduction – and José Carvalho de Azevedo, and were divided in two volumes (poetry and prose), reunited inside of a leather jacket with manual engraving.
The second edition, available here, is a reproduction of the first, and has an eBook (ePub in portuguese) and an interactive page, where the reader can open the book and flip the pages.
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