New Book! Print Sale!
I am thrilled to introduce the release of Fairmont Color Card, the newest book from Big Jump Press. Long delayed and altered by the pandemic, this project is an exploration … Continue reading
Artist talk available to stream
Hello Blog Friends. I recently spent 45 minutes talking to some lovely people at the San Francisco Center for the Book about a recent project. If you’d like to see … Continue reading
Now Available to order: The Radiant Republic
Big Jump Press is pleased to announce the release of The Radiant Republic, a new artist book built from language found in Plato’s Republic and Le Corbusier’s The Radiant City. … Continue reading
Breathing room + Deadlines = Honest to God Artwork
A long break in teaching since the holidays has given me the breathing room to think and design. The book I am producing with Shift-lab is really moving forward now. … Continue reading
Clearing the Decks
I am ready to move forward. I am ready to make something new. I am ready, I am ready, I am ready, but the tiniest bindery in the world is … Continue reading
Edition Binding 101
I am often asked how long it takes me to make one book. It is an impossible question to answer and I often seem evasive or befuddled when I try. … Continue reading
Bookbinding Now Interview
An interview I did in early November with Susan Mills for Bookbinding Now is now available to listen to online. Would you like to hear it?
Now available for purchase: Fond, Fond Deluxe, and ten prints.
Fond, the newest title from Big Jump Press, is an investigation of our impulse to collect and preserve small, valueless objects. Casually assembled over the course of years, these objects … Continue reading
A Race to the Finish
The mad dash to finish this project before I head back to the States continues! Four more prints are finished and trimmed, including “The clothespin causes someone to remember something,” … Continue reading
Boxmaking Boot Camp
This week marked the end of the boxmaking class I’ve been running at Ink Spot Press. Over three Tuesday evenings, each of my dedicated box making companions knocked out three … Continue reading