A book project edited by John Bertram that uses images and essays to represent Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita, particularly the relationship of a book to its cover. The project features over 50 new conceptual book covers and essays by many leading graphic designers, book designers and writers. I was honored to be asked to participate and design a cover for the story.
Just recently a book was published of the collection of book covers and other passages. “Lolita: The Story of a Cover Girl”
Letterpress wedding invitation booklets for good friends Jessica and Arien. Five page, 2-color letterpress booklet, bound with ribbon, extra pullout map and rsvp card secured with gold photo corners. Envelopes were beautifully hand-calligraphed and sealed with a custom wax seal emblem.
Letterpress by Studio on Fire
A wedding invitation suite for some good friends, Annie and Michael, from California. Using some handmade illustration and typography, printed on Neenah’s Crane Lettra in Ecru.
Some chalk art I designed from this past weekend’s wedding
Dear Fourth of July,
It’s been almost a year now.
I’ve missed you so much.
Northeast Farmers Market Harvest Gala / part of the Local Food Poster Show now up at Chowgirls Parlor in Minneapolis
fruits and vegetables
artichoke, lemon, grapes, onion, corn, celery, carrot, pineapple, cabbage, banana, orange, strawberry, broccoli, pear, blackberry
Some prop icons / a little mister potato head esque
Unpublished lettering for Midwest / by Anne Ulku