• My Cabinet of Curiosities by V. Mary Abraham

    When I first heard about the Onion Skin Journal, I was intrigued. But I honestly did not know what I would do with it. Its paper promised a completely different sensorial experience from the well-known Japanese papers coveted by penthusiasts: it absorbed and displayed ink differently, and it felt and sounded very different. It invoked nostalgia. Plus, its translucency gave partial views of other pages -- enabling a mysterious layering over time of words and pictures.
  • Environmentally Friendly Company

    The Onion Skin Journal gives a shit about the environment.
  • Old School Books

    This is not a machinery made book, but a book made the same way we made books a hundred years ago.