Paper conservation newsletter 17-09: Inpainting course and more


New course, new projects and the last (old) post.

A personal story, a historic manuscript, a crazy laminating machine and a final outcome. We’ll discuss about synthetic polymers, sorts of laminations and encapsulation. All these ingredients are seasoned with PFTE, TFA, HFIP, PE, DMSO, PET… cling, dong and BOOM!… An explosive -but most irresistible- cocktail. Read more here.

Conservation treatment of a personal album. See more about it here.

Inpainting & Loss Compensation Course

The first edition was quite a success, and here we go again!
Practicing with the latest techniques, learning tricks and going deeper into theory and criteria. The goal is to infill gaps and get the exact appearence we want it to have. Submitting will be closed in a few weeks, so don’t hesitate to join it!
See more about it here →

A regular limp vellum binding, before and after conservation treatment. See more about it here →
















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