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Edith Windsor on Love and the Truth about Equality, Illustrated
Edith Windsor on Love and the Truth about Equality, Illustrated

“If you really care about the quality of somebody’s life as much as you care about the quality of your own…”

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Self-Portrait as Your Traitor: A 21st-Century Illuminated Manuscript
Self-Portrait as Your Traitor: A 21st-Century Illuminated Manuscript

“One must have a reason for reflection — an eye to admire variations.”

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Id-Grids and Ego-Graphs: A Typographic Confabulation with Finnegans Wake
Id-Grids and Ego-Graphs: A Typographic Confabulation with Finnegans Wake

“First we feel. Then we fall.”

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The Geography of Great Literature, in Hand-Lettered Typography
The Geography of Great Literature, in Hand-Lettered Typography

Twain, Didion, Thoreau, White, McCarthy, Eugenides.

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Stunning Handcrafted Felt-on-Felt Typographic Homage to Melville’s <em>Moby-Dick</em>
Stunning Handcrafted Felt-on-Felt Typographic Homage to Melville’s Moby-Dick

“Almost forgetting for the moment all thoughts of Moby Dick, we now gazed at the most wondrous phenomenon which the secret seas have hitherto revealed to mankind.”

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The Lives They Lived: Artists Remember Cultural Heroes We Lost
The Lives They Lived: Artists Remember Cultural Heroes We Lost

“Because she declared, ‘We’ve come a long way,’ and she led our way to get here.”

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