Can the community recommend makers of finely bound Catholic Bibles, either in English or Latin? For the purposes of this thread, fake leather automatically disqualifies a book.
I am a stickler for well-made books. They are aesthetically pleasing, and this very much does translate into a better reading experience. It may sound silly, but it’s true. The layout, binding, art, paper, opacity, colors, and even the smell, all matter.
I do prefer leather, but a regular hardback with paper-covered boards is also acceptable, as long as it really is a great binding.
I think that of any institution worldwide, the Catholic Church should be able to generate sufficient interest in beautiful books.
Would you just look at these beautiful Protestant Bibles?
And for the most impressive, Bible Yoga!
This is a great blog. bibledesignblog.com/
I am not aware of a similar Catholic endeavor.