KEYES, RS: Brochure: Ehon: The Artist and the Book in Japan (Exhibition NYPL: October 20, 2006-February 4, 2007)

Cover. Brochure: Ehon: The Artist and the Book in Japan (Exhibition NYPL: October 20, 2006-February 4, 2007)Keyes, Roger S. Brochure: Ehon: The Artist and the Book in Japan (Exhibition NYPL: October 20, 2006-February 4, 2007). New York Public Library, 2007. Unmarked. Scrap on cover and soft fold down the middle. Acceptable. Brochure. (#30989) $15.00

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This item is a gallery brochure for an exhibition of Ehon, the 1,200-year-old Japanese tradition of “picture books” from 764 to the present. Essay by Roger S. Keyes. Spiral-fold; 14 pages; 10 color illustrations; 5 x 12 inches. Bibliography.

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WBPA: Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers’ Association Book Show 1971

Fox, George; Radcliffe, Ashley; Wilson, Adrian. Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers’ Association Book Show 1971. Western Book Publishers’ Association, 1971. Unmarked. Letter Design sticker on front end page. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30633) $14.00

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Catalogs the jury choices for the Western Book Publishers’ Association (WBPA) Association 1971 book show. Designers include Clifford Burke, Ken Carlson, Dave Comstock, Audrey Meyer, Tom Suzuki, Adrian Wilson, and others.

Lain in Cranium Press list on textured card stock.

Designers. Bookbuilders West / Western Book Publishers' Association Book Show 1971

HOBSON, C: Experiments in Navigation. The Art of Charles Hobson

Experiments in Navigation. The Art of Charles Hobson, book coverHobson, Charles. Experiments in Navigation. The Art of Charles Hobson. Stanford University Libraries, 2008. ISBN: 0911221425. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29090) $20.00

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Beautifully illustrated with nine narratives by Charles Hobson, including images of preliminary designs, working notes, trial proofs and prototypes. Foreword by Roberto G. Trujillo. Preface by May Castleberry.

In 2007, Stanford University acquired the design archive of Charles Hobson relating to the more than thirty artist’s books he made. It also acquired eighteen of his books that were not already owned so as to establish a compete collection of all of his bookworks. This catalog accompanied the 2008 at the Cantor Center for Visual Arts and the Green Library. 64p.