The National Museum of Women in the Arts reopens with “The Sky’s The Limit”

The National Museum of Women in the Arts reopened this week after being closed for two years to complete a 70 million dollar renovation. One of their opening exhibitions, “The Sky’s The Limit,” features large-scale contemporary sculptures. We are honored to have designed the catalogue for this re-opening show. The large format book (9.25 x 12.25 inches) features six pages on each artist’s work, two curator essays, and is typeset in Campeche—a type designed by Sofia Mohr.

USPS releases the Winter Woodland Animals stamps

Today the USPS issued these “Winter Woodland Animals” stamps. With art by Katie Kirk and art direction by Antonio Alcalá, we think these will be perfect for holiday greetings (and all your other winter messages). How can you resist that rabbit??? Let us know which is your favorite.

Take a Closer Look at the Collage Constructions of Addie Herder

Here’s another book we recently designed for the Frost Art Museum FIU. We especially enjoyed being introduced to the under-recognized artwork of Addie Herder. Her intricate collage constructions are formally beautiful and often mysterious. Definitely worth a closer look. Also, shout out to Marti Davila for doing much of the work on this project!