Book ’em, Amanda
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Book ’em, Amanda

Book ’em, Amanda

 

Our friend, Amanda Love, has had a number of creative careers. She’s been a letterpress printer (sold us our Vandercook Proof Press–for which I’m not sure whether I hate her or love her), mastered letterpress printing, mastered screen printing, and is one of America’s premier bookbinders. Now she’s started a wonderful new thing called Book Club, which is exactly what it says it is, a book club(s) for adults and kids. She asked us to design a “badge” for club participants based around iconography from the classic children’s book, “The Borrowers.”

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