“Exquisite Editions” at The National Print Museum, Dublin

  Over in Dublin there is a very lively print museum where there are inspirational workshops for children and adults to learn about the creative processes involved in the making of a book surrounded by the type and presses collected together from letterpress print...

enfolding . . .

   During much of 1997, a ‘studio’ was formed from a sheet of plastic lashed to a number of trees in a birch grove surrounded by fields at Catchmays Court and the sculptor, Matt Baker, could be found carving away for hours a day at a sizeable chunk of...

Iconic French poem translated with stunning images

    New Publication At the beginning of January 2015 we sent out a notice to those who have opted into our mailing list about this exciting book which brings the ground-breaking French poem by Blaise Cendrars to English readers in a translation by Dick Jones together...

Shortlisted among the Glitterati Goliaths

    Surprises sometimes come in the daily welter of email – although  most is unwanted. Recently an email arrived telling us of the British Book Design and Production Awards 2014 – only a few days left to enter it said. Among the fifteen categories of...

Keats and calligraphy

Although we are extremely pleased with how our recent publications have turned out and proud of our involvement with the projects and their artists, one could say that they have been weighty in content and spirit . . . as well as in their physical manifestation! A bit...