Ebichiri: One Piece of a City Full of Art
Thank you to all who purchased a copy of Subsequence vol.5. This issue came with the DIY “My Archives: A Handmade Minibook” as a special appendix over pages 79 to 82. Have you managed to make yours yet? If not—don’t worry. We’ve uploaded an instructional video, so follow along and give it a go. It’s super easy, so let’s get started!
Instructions for the BOOKLETS
The two-sided sheet of paper contains an assortment of sixteen mini-pages. Known as “pagination,” this is the layout process used to print and produce most forms of paper media, while a sheet folded according to the proper sequence is known as a “quire.” By folding the paper with your fingers, you can experience the basics of bookmaking firsthand.
Tools: Scissors or boxcutter
Cut sheet along dotted lines.
Fold in half the long way.
Fold in half the long way again.
Fold in half the long way once more.
Make three cuts.
Subsequence vol.5 Now Available for Sale
The special supplement for this issue is called, “My Archives: A Handmade Minibook”, in which readers can make a book themselves by removing a number of saddle-stitched pages from the issue. There are two DIY books which contain re-edited versions of twelve articles from Hiroki Nakamura’s serialization “My Archive”—which ran from 2012 for six years in the magazine POPEYE—these never before seen twelve articles were not part of the published collection of essays from the My Archive book (2018, Magazine House).