Artisanal Binding without Seams

A course by Susana Dominguez Martin
Art designer and binder. Madrid, Spain.
On Domestika since 04/21/2018

Learn to bind a graphic piece without interrupting the image

  • 100% Positive reviews (226)
  • 3386 students
  • Spanish with subtitles

Course overview

  • 20 Lessons (5h 14m)
  • 10 downloads (4 files)
  • 13 practices
  • Course Final Project
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Susana Dominguez Martin

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Art designer and binder

Formed in the classic techniques of binding, his effort has always been to make this an affordable art looking for less expensive techniques, in time and materials, that help to bring a contemporary image to the artist's book, beyond that provided by the binding classic The personal style of Susana Domínguez is characterized by the constant research on new materials and techniques, working together with artists and techniques from other disciplines, but always looking for a personal image with solutions that adapt to the needs of the current binding.

Susana has been awarded in Spain and in other European countries for her work in the world of bookbinding and since 2006, she has been teaching in the Códex studio, together with Guadalupe Roldán. Códex, the studio of which she is founder, has become an international reference in artistic binding, and a space for the exchange of ideas and knowledge in which a large number of bookbinders and artists of different nationalities have been trained.


  • Spanish with subtitles
  • 100% Positive reviews (226)
  • 3386 students
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Level: Beginner
  • 20 Lessons (5h 14m)
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Artisanal Binding without Seams. A Craft course by Susana Dominguez Martin

Artisanal Binding without Seams

A course by Susana Dominguez Martin
Art designer and binder. Madrid, Spain.
On Domestika since 04/21/2018
  • 100% Positive reviews (226)
  • 3386 students