|A unique combination of text, illustration and innovative format that explores some of the doors visible in the city of Oxford.|
The text by Claire Lawson-Hall describes something of the history and purpose of the doors, whilst the profuse illustrations by Muriel Mallows combine lino cuts, line drawings, and etchings to make every page a rich visual and tactile experience.
|To focus on the nature of a door, the book is designed with asymmetric folded pages, with two spines, and with a double opening door as frontispiece.|
14.5 ins by 10.5 ins
|Presented in a solander box.|
|Coptic binding, with boards covered with||a wood-grain textured Maziarczyk pastepaper.|
|Out of Print (was also available in sheets for binding, or as a special edition with hand coloured illustrations and wooden door boards)|
A Fine Press creating and printing limited edition books by traditional letterpress.
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