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Alibabette Editions Paris A5 B&W Artbook, Hilma 1920

Item #: P142-ABZB006
$19.95

This A5 Artbook from Alibabette Editions features interior pages that rotate between acid-free ivory and black drawing paper. The cover is adorned with a geometric design inspired by Swedish artist Hilma af Klint, whose paintings are considered among the first abstract works known in Western art history.

224 pages in a sewn-spine, lay-flat journal. Open stich binding produces a beautiful black and white stripe appearance along all four sides. 5.5" x 8.3" OR 14 x 21 cm, 100gsm.

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This A5 Artbook from Alibabette Editions features interior pages that rotate between acid-free ivory and black drawing paper. The cover is adorned with a geometric design inspired by Swedish artist Hilma af Klint, whose paintings are considered among the first abstract works known in Western art history.

224 pages in a sewn-spine, lay-flat journal. Open stich binding produces a beautiful black and white stripe appearance along all four sides. 5.5" x 8.3" OR 14 x 21 cm, 100gsm.

 

Compatibility Pen, Marker, Fountain Pen, Pencil
Paper Type Blank, Smooth
Paper Weight 10 - 30 lb
Binding Sewn
Paper Use Writing, Drawing
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Alibabette Editions Paris A5 B&W Artbook, Hilma 1920
Alibabette Editions Paris A5 B&W Artbook, Hilma 1920
Alibabette Editions Paris A5 B&W Artbook, Hilma 1920
 

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  • Alibabette Editions Paris A5 B&W Artbook, Hlma 1920 5

    Posted by Teresa on Jul 8th 2023

    I love this Artbook. I like drawing tangle patterns with white pen on black paper but I also like using black liners on white paper. Just the right amount of each color before I tire of the medium. I would buy this again. The Artbook is made well. The paper feels great; it isn't thin. Paint pens do bleed through to the next page, so you need scratch paper in between. Works great with oil-based markers, acrylic markers, black liners, and sketch pencils. There is a lot of paper here. I would buy this again.

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