We have the opening and closing quotes in a Boston Globe article about aprons, and our approach to aprons is akin to our approach to books: “We’re big proponents of less being more. Essentially we don’t want people to be afraid of them. If we make them too complicated or precious, they get in the way of them doing their job, which is essentially to keep people clean.” Now, why are we being asked about aprons? Selling linen is one of our hobbies.
Kat Ran Poet Julie Alvarez received the National Medal of Arts today. Congratulations, buddy! Celebrate with your own copy of Seven Trees.
The last page of the 1,040-page Typesetting Dash.
Here’s another one poster for Rare Book School.
Here’s one from Week Three at Rare Book School.
A poster for Week Two at Rare Book School.
We do a lot of work for the American Printing History Association—including their new site. Here’s their new membership brochure in Franklin Gothic and Garamond Premier Pro.
Did you know we can walk and chew gum at the same time? It’s true. And to prove it we co-opened a new brick-and-mortar store here in Cambridge. You won’t often find the Kat Ran staff there, but you can see our typography all over the place.