You can tell a lot about book by its cover
It can be argued that the written word is on the endangered species list. Many public school systems plan to phase out cursive writing in the classroom. Instead instructional time will be spend on teaching students typing and other digital skills. And speaking of digital skills, printed words on book pages are threatened by the alleged ease of electronic readers.
We reject that trend. We still believe that the written word is valuable and thoughts and memories should be kept somewhere special. That is why we diligently searched for the best way to feature one-of-a-kind memory books covered with reclaimed sailcloth. We were so pleased to connect with Maine bookbinding artist Eric Drzewiankowski who shares the same beliefs. Each journal, photo album and guestbook is hand-bound in Eric’s Biddeford studio.
As long as there are no shortage of baby or wedding pictures that are
too precious to be confined to a computer hard drive. As long as there are journeys of land, sea or mind that are best captured by written notes; and, as long as the presence of friends or family and comments from guests are worthy affirmations of shared experiences, then those memories can be properly displayed in these quality, classically unique, hand-bound photo album, journal and guest book.
Just in time for summer gift giving. How cool is that?