Thu 29.11 '12

Pre-Christmas deals!

From Monday 3rd December we’re offering 25% off the price of all posters!

Just imagine: you pay for the first 91,449 words of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and we'll give you last 30,483 words absolutely free of charge!

The offer runs until Friday 7th December. Also, keep an eye on our Facebook page for other special offers in the run-up to Christmas.

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Mon 15.10 '12

Unite & Type: new UK Stockist

If you're in London, drop by Unite & Type who are now stocking a selection of our posters in their shop on Portobello Road.

You might also like to check out this article which appeared in Design Week in August:
Unite & Type shop brings together letterpress and ceramics

Fri 27.07 '12

Marx In Top Form!

We’re proud to announce that our poster of Karl Marx’s Das Kapital has been nominated for the German Design Award 2013 by the German Design Council.

The German Design Award is the council’s premium international prize for excellence in all categories of design, from industrial medical equipment to interactive media, from bathroom fittings to posters.

Sat 16.06 '12

Ulysses on sale!

It all began with an idle experiment in 2008: what would Joyce's “Ulysses” look like printed on a poster? Now we know, and are happy that we can finally share the results with the world!

As with many of the works we've turned into posters, Ulysses too has some visual surprises: a small expenditure table, shown to the right, and three pieces of musical notation interrupt the mass of letters and are well visible from across the room. It is also the poster which most strikingly confirms our hypothesis that a novel, typeset in such an extreme manner, would reveal some of its inner structure.

Sure enough, the stacatto manner of episode 7 – ‘Aeolus’ – interspersed with newspaper-like headlines and short paragraphs, is clearly rendered if you know where to look. Similarly, episode 17 – ‘Ithaca’ – written as a series of questions and answers, is in marked contrast to the final episode – ‘Penelope’ – which it preceeds. In ‘Penelope’, Joyce uses the stream-of-conscious technique to record the thoughts of Molly Bloom. Sixty pages of text, broken into just three sentences, appear as a dense grey block at the foot of the poster. They form a subtle pedestal, if you will, which support this audacious, masterful work.

Fri 08.06 '12

June 16th: Bloomsday

The new Ulysses posters have arrived, and will go on sale in just over a week. As with many of our posters, Ulysses has four visual hilights in the form of musical notation and a little table of expenses. In the table we learn that a pigs trotter and a bar of chocolate cost 4 pence each.

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