Psymon - Web Bindery

World Wide Web pages & e-books bound by hand using traditional methods as passed down from generation to generation by the old masters. Only the finest materials are chosen by our shop to ensure that our publications will stand the test of time, and we still take care to sew, glue and bind all of our scrupulously selected codes and scripts by hand, thereby ensuring that our sites receive nothing but the most personal, intimate attention, all reflected in the quality of our workmanship, with each endeavour being a truly unique creation to be displayed with pride in any library or forum.

Welcome to Psymon, and to the foundations and history of the printed word, its evolution... and beyond...

The Legend Of Koster

Was Gutenberg really the inventor of moveable type and the printing of books? Discover for yourself the story, the legacy, and the mystery behind the name of Laurens Janszoon Koster.

Incunabula Et Cetera

Masterpieces and curiosities in typography and page decoration, from the days of Gutenberg on through the 17th century.

Decorative Initials

Classic decorative initials from the Renaissance and beyond, FREE! to download and use on your web pages — or just about anywhere!—

Digital Art

The cream of the crop of digital art created here at Psymon.

The Artist's Tarot

FREE! on-line tarot card readings, featuring The Artist's Inner Vision tarot deck.

Other Worlds

Thumbnails & links to other sites created by Psymon.

About Psymon

Everything you ever wanted to know about Psymon, but were afraid to ask — or, alternatively, stuff you might have no fear in asking, but may not want to know! ;)

Guest Book

Have a peek at my old guest book! It's a shame, but due to the literally overwhelming amount of spam that this guestbook attracted, unfortunately new submissions are no longer accepted. However, you might still enjoy checking out my rather unique (but now non-functional) "Sign My Guestbook" form — if nothing else, that should hopefully produce a smile (or two)!

Contact Psymon

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Printed and bound by Psymon, formerly of James Court by the sign of the Mayflower. Anno Domini MCMLXXXXIX

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