Inside the Obsessive World of Taschen’s Custom Book Stands
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June 7, 20229 min read1892 words
Published: June 7, 2022  |  9 min read1892 words
Every product is independently selected by editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission.In 1999, Frank Goerhardt, a book-printing engineer at a small fine-art press in Verona, Italy, got a call from Benedikt Taschen. The German publisher, known for exp...
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Aug 12
Interesting article brought forward, and one that is quite amazing to me, I never thought that something that I only saw in children's books, could be taken to this absurd level of art and commitment, so well done. Once again, thank you and goodbye to the readers.
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