"Mohamed Zakariya was responsible for the Islamic calligraphy, source material for the history of the Arabic language, and the quotes attributed to Islamic sources ... . Lynne Avadenka's research was focused on the history of the Hebrew alphabet, Hebrew calligraphy, and the quotes from Jewish sources ... . The Hebrew and Arabic words were hand lettered, then transferred to photopolymer plates and printed letterpress. The image pages were were first hand drawn, then printed using a combination of photopolymer plates, letterpress, and lithography ... . The book is bound in a combination of concertina and pamphlet stitch binding. The papers used are Gampi Torinoko and Hanga-shi"--Inside back cover of box.
8 leaves bound sequentially in a foldable strip and boxed.
This is 22 in a limited ed. of 30 copies; signed by the authors.
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