Category Archives: Print Design
I recently finished the design for Tim Bohen’s book, Against the Grain – The History of Buffalo’s First Ward. Tim has been writing this book for over 5 years now and working with him on this project was awesome. He … Continue reading
Lately in the Libraries we have been scanning some of our pre-1923 materials for digital collections. Copyright is tricky and scanning things before 1923 will usually be safe. I am just going by what the copyright librarian here in the … Continue reading
A quick postcard flyer I did for the new Multimedia Center at the University at Buffalo Libraries. I tend to do a lot of these, so I thought I would post one that I thought came out really nice.
Over the holiday break I did some decorating in the University Libraries. I hung some Bison Cover art posters and James Joyce Exhibition posters in the University at Buffalo Silverman Library. I also hung the James Joyce timeline in Lockwood … Continue reading
A couple ideas I’ve been playing with for this years Poetry Collection Holiday Broadside.
Just finished up a quick 11″ x 17″ poster for a Louisa May Alcott discussion at the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society. This design is meant to look similar to the main poster I did a couple months ago. The hospital image was … Continue reading
I just recently finished a 12 page catalog/program for the LANGUAGE to Cover a Wall exhibition at the UB Art Galleries. More information is available on www.ubartgalleries.org
I did this as a mockup for where we will be putting posters of the Bison Covers. The Bison Covers are one of our digital collections. These are 24″ x 36″ reproductions of the covers. We will also be selling … Continue reading
I am currently working on a 200+ catalog for St. Joe’s 150 anniversary. I just got news from the printer that the cover could possibly have a dimensional coating. This would make the cover look and feel like it was … Continue reading