personalized keepsake photo album

by Debra Folz $150.00

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Mark Your New Chapter

The photos of life's most precious experiences deserve to be treated as the treasured mementos they are. Instead of leaving them stacked in a box or floating somewhere in your online profile, display them proudly in these extraordinary, handmade albums.

Crossing boundaries between bookbinding and sculpture, the heirloom-quality books look beautiful on public display and invite people to interact with them. They balance at an angle on a unique, "bent corner" base, which is sturdily crafted with stability and longevity in mind. Instead of simply opening the book, you slip off the removable spine, which comes custom embossed with the name or date of your choosing. Inside, the pages hold your pictures with die-cut with photo corners, in both landscape and portrait format. The pages are also accordion folded, which means you can either flip through them one by one, or spread them out into a single, panoramic experience. An elastic strap keeps the book closed while on display. Handmade in Massachusetts.

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Made from
aluminum, bookcloth, coverstock paper
6.5" W x 9" H x 1" spine; 3" tip to tip of standing corners
Clean with damp cloth and mild soap on any part of the bookcloth.

Holds 24 4" x 6" prints.

Each comes in its own 10" L x 10" W x 6" D gift box.
  • the maker

Debra Folz

Debra Folz's creations bridge the worlds of function and art. Whether she's designing furniture, home accessories or gallery pieces for exhibition, she loves to make things that invite the viewer to see familiar things in a new way. She loves to combine unexpected materials--like wrapping wooden stools with ladylike, pleated textiles--or transforming the way we interact with an object--such as a photo album that you open by removing its spine. Folz's work has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, and Dwell, among others. Her studio is located in Boston's historic South End neighborhood, and she leads the Furniture Design Studios at the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University.

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