All the stamps of Barnett Freedman are now on our site. See for yourself.
Sometimes it’s nice to do a little plain-old symmetric typography. You know: Just get back to basics. And this little Buddhist treatise for Shambhala seemed like a good excuse to do just that—with the help of Garamond Premier Pro. Get yourself re-centered here.
We love going into used bookstores across New England and encountering these directories of antiquarian booksellers. Is it because we’ve been designing them for SNEAB (Southern New England Antiquarian Booksellers) since 2012? Maybe. But it’s also nice to see a spot calm white in all the clutter. And a little Minion and Gill Sans never hurt anybody either.
We were thrilled to work with Anni Albers (twenty-two years after her death) on this new cover for Gerald Murnane’s A Million Windows published by David R. Godine. And special thanks are due to the Harvard Art Museums for letting Cantabrigians like me into the museum for free—as that’s where I came across this drawing by Mrs Albers.
All the stamps of O.H.W. Hadank are on our site. See for yourself.
All the stamps of Friedrich Wilhelm Kleukens are on our site. See for yourself.
We know red is the printer’s second color, but sometimes plain-old cyan really does the job—like here for the Bibliographical Society of America. This little announcement set in Custodia Pro and Perpetua (the BSA’s logotype face) was a pleasant distraction from the big books one which we’ve been working—and an honor to work on.