As 2015 comes to a close, I spent some time going through the body of work I created this year to compile the best of the bunch into a printed portfolio book. Assembling a portfolio book has become an annual tradition for me. There’s something appealing about seeing one’s work in print. Making a book involves curation. It demands focus. It has a beginning, middle and an end. Plus, I love the feel of physically holding something that I made. Print isn’t dead, by any means.
Below is the front cover:
And here’s the back cover:
For printing my portfolio books, I use Blurb. The book will be hardcover with a printed wrap-around cover, square (12″ x 12″) in dimension with a 40 page count. It should arrive by early January. I can’t wait to see it.