The Book Tree Press – an accidental imprint

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Celebrating the 10th birthday of the imprint The Book Tree Press, Lucy Roscoe reflects back on 10 years of practice. What began as a postgraduate research project, grew into an artist’s imprint, publishing sculptural books which explore how the book form can be used to tell stories, and questioning how these creations might be published. Lucy reflects on the relationship between making and her teaching practice, whilst considering what the future might hold.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)40-47
JournalThe Blue Notebook
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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  • artists imprint
  • illustration
  • sculptural books
  • zine
  • practice based


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    Roscoe, L., 17 Sept 2018

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