Sacred Geometry : a 16th Century Coloring Book 2nd Edition!

We have now sold out of the first edition of Sacred Geometry: a 16th Century Coloring Book. But! a second edition of this popular book is in the works. The cover and spiral will be a different color, some new patterns will be added, as well as a new forward and some other surprise additions! You can place a pre-order for the book below. This will again be a limited edition release. Expected publication is Spring 2018.

This unique coloring book is a compilation of machine-drawn patterns generated by a rose engine. Rose engines are hand-operated machines that were developed in the 16th century and used during the Victorian era for the decorative turning of wood, ivory, metal, and ceramics. The geometry of the patterns is determined by mathematical sequences often associated with sacred geometry and the golden mean. The MADE Ornamental Rose Engine Lathe, a modern machine designed in the tradition of the past, was used to create these patterns.

The front and back covers are letterpress, the front with copper foil. The binding is copper wire, allowing the book to lay flat as you color. The 72 unique patterns are printed on 180lb uncoated white paper – so your coloring utensils won’t bleed through and colors stay true. This book is limited to 300 copies and was handmade here in Seattle Washington.


Pre-order the book here (USA): $30 + shipping

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Pre-order the book here (International): $30 + shipping
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For the technically interested, we’ve put together a book of receipts. This lists the steps for how to generate each pattern on the rose engine.



Pre-order Book + Receipts (USA): $40 + shipping

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Pre-order Book + Receipts (International): $40 + shipping

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We will be putting together another special edition of the second edition! This edition will again include special packaging, the MADE maker signatures, and a guilloché bauble.

We’ve sold out of the first limited edition!

Hand signed by the authors + the MADE lathe team. It includes the book of receipts, a hand dyed copper cotton tote bag, a set of colored pencils, and an engine turned bookmark – all hand made here at the Memoria Technica Workshop. These are hand numbered & limited to 24 editions.



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