Though many have embraced e-readers, it's hard to beat the look and feel of a real print book. In fact, there are some who prefer to make books the old-fashioned way: By printing with letterpress and stitching everything together by hand. San Francisco-based Arion Press does just that—and in his show Raw Craft, Anthony Bourdain followed its artisans through the process, revealing just how much work goes into making a book almost entirely by hand. From proofreading the copy aloud to hand-sewing the binding, each tome assembled at Arion gets an enormous amount of attention and care. The result is a volume that's also a work of art.

"It's an adventure making something of a book that is a tribute to the work of literature and to do something we hope will astonish people," Andrew Hoyem tells Bourdain.

[h/t: Sploid]