From two metre high sculptures to tiny book charms.
Collaborative ongoing expanding project in response to seven voyages on Kirsty, a Loch Fyne skiff.
Poetry, musings, deepest thoughts, best jokes, recipes, perfect holidays, precious memories... custom-bound to your specification.
Tailor-made awards for one winner or several.
Customised box-framed commemorative trophies.
Selected to produce a piece of work which challenged her normal working practice, Rachel Hazell employed blow torch and plasma gun to shape a book sculpture from copper and perspex for this Scottish Contemporary Crafts touring exhibition.
As this private club's Bookbinder in Residence, Hazell Designs Books created restaurant/bar menus and Dream Books.
To commemorate the 21st anniversary of Edinburgh International Book Festival, an interactive Visitor's Book was commissioned with the support of both the Crafts and Literature departments of the Scottish Arts Council. The base structure is solid oak and steel rods, and was built by James Birbeck. The pages are a luxurious 300gsm Somerset Textured soft white paper. Many of the 200, 000 visitors to the Book Festival wrote and drew within the pages.
Part of 'Mental', an exhibition exploring the nature of creativity, fusing art and science, by Helen Storey. The two metre high iinteractive paper sculpture has been exhibited in Copenhagen, Kensington + Chelsea Library, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, The Oxo Tower (London) and the Glasgow Science Centre. Thousands of people have written on her pages: she is now full of secrets, suggestions and stories - from the profound to the profane.
A special edition of poems and illustrations, lovingly penned (in biro) by Mr. John Hegley, printed and bound by Rachel Hazell. Limited to fifty copies.
Lever Faberge's brief; make a piece of work inspired by one of our products. A few weeks later, on Chirstmas Eve, a huge parcel arrived - Comfort Fabric Conditioner!
This piece, currently on display at Lever Faberge's Kingston offices, as part of it's BrandNewArt project, is a concertina book poem, undulating in it's glass and oak case. The words reflect the comfort of waves, washing....a repeating mantra.