A solo press/artist catalogue documenting the currently available work of Jamie Murphy and his Salvage Press. It is difficult to overstate the importance of Jamie's work in Ireland...and beyond. His ability to blend the timely and the timeless...the global and the deeply personal...results in remarkably strong yet subtle work. It is our very great pleasure to have worked with him for over a decade now, since the publication of Albert, Earnest & the Titanic. We look forward to the next few decades.
A more or less complete list of what while be in the booth at the NY ABAA book fair, including dozens of new, exciting work...a bit for everyone. This includes the largest collection of Dan Kelm's work brought to market at once. No images, as the list is already long, but images are available if you message me. Enjoy
This catalogue explores, from the early 1800s to the late 20th century, the development and evolution of what we now call the computer revolution. It is rather long and lightly illustrated. Please ask for any images you might like to see.
A short, heavily illustrated catalogue of the work of the ever-brilliant binder and book artist, Gabby Cooksey.
A heavily illustrated look at the work of Sara Press and Deeply Game Publications. Sara brings an inexplicable blend of science, fantasy, philosophy, and art to her work...to compelling effect. Enjoy.
A heavily illustrated catalogue of the currently available work of Maureen Cummins. She sums up her work as well as could be done: "I seek to ambush my audience, to generate an experience of surprise, wonder, and revelation that is both personal and political."
A heavily illustrated catalogue of work, unique and editioned, by Diane Jacobs and her Scantron Press.
Leonard Baskin was a renowned American sculptor, illustrator, and printmaker…and hugely important in late-20th century book arts. This list is largely comprised of proof prints for various book projects, including some touched by him with watercolor.