Art of the Marbler



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Film made in 1970 by Bedfordshire Record Office of Cockerell marbling.

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22 Responses

  1. maggie Bouchard says:

    Can this paper be purchased? I love it!

  2. MsMe1967 says:

    I had no idea it was so old a practice. Gosh!

  3. Shiny Thakur says:

    Very informative!!

  4. Sushil Rana says:

    very nice

  5. Sushil Rana says:

    i am sushil rana from India uttar pradash please tell me about use colour this is oil paint plastic paint or other colour thank you

  6. Michelle Cowell says:

    Craftsmanship at it's finest xx Michelle UK

  7. Doge says:

    Very informative!

  8. Laura Romains says:

    wow. just wow.

  9. Thesisbinding MAZHAR KANSARA says:

    my grandfather was also a wellknown paper marbler of india
    – mazhar kansara
    http://www.phdbinding.com

  10. Mark Lopiccola says:

    Holy Moly! Incredible. I am floored. Thanks for this video.

  11. Jordan Sheppherd says:

    The music reminds me of a Wes Anderson film. Great video; thanks for posting it.

  12. soSkikik says:

    This must be disturbing af to watch on acid

  13. darkstar18498 says:

    Sad this is a dead art

  14. Max Roman says:

    What a wonderful art!

  15. Gathering No Moss says:

    All advanced craftsmanship relies on wealthy people. They are they only ones who can afford to pay for the time and skill of real craftsmen. The rest of us buy printed paper by the roll at Walmart. Thank goodness for rich folks.

  16. Sergio Pietra says:

    Tripping 🙂

  17. Tadesan says:

    Let me state clearly that a machine could be built from scratch to do this in one or two weeks with the right people. This stuff is so impressive because you wonder why they can do something for a huge period of time, and never try to increase their efficiency. How is that something to be praised?

    If doing something means doing the same thing more than once, a machine could be built to perform that job.

  18. Sher Grissom says:

    Wow, such skill.

  19. theholytoast says:

    you can do this at home with liquid starch from the laundry aisle of any grocery store, watercolor paint and watercolor paper.

  20. Ellie MM says:

    …and now, in some degree, we use the technique to make pictures on our coffee.

  21. MPSecare says:

    thats just awesome

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