Literary Art Prints

The Bibliophilia collection is inspired by an obsession with the underlined passages in our favorite books. Snippets of text from authors, philosophers and thinkers are used as a springboard for a new idea and illustration.

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Books & Beans

Extra large coffee mugs for extra long reading stints. 

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174 word sentence? Nope.

Are there any enthusiastic philosophers or linguists who want to take a stab at diagramming this doozy from Critique of Pure Reason? Because we Kant even. 

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Bloom

The Bloom collection pairs provocative lines from Romantic era poets with larger-than-life florals - a nod to the pastoral imagery and reverence for nature that inspired their work. 

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Go Analog

We're slowing things down and taking an analog approach to correspondence. An algorithm-proof way to stay in touch with friends. 

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Subtext!

Classic literature meets contemporary colloquialisms in this cheeky postcard collection. A collaboration with Penguin Random House. 

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LITERARY LINKS & BOOKISH BITS

The violins of autumn

01 Sep, 2017

The violins of autumn

When we released our art print a few years ago, a French friend of ours informed us that these lines had been used to warn the French resistance that the Allied forces would be landing in Normandy imminently. 
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I am excessively diverted

30 Aug, 2017

I am excessively diverted

Fans of Austen are familiar with her delicious verbal meanderings. We often joke that if she submitted a manuscript to a contemporary editor it would either be returned with a rejection stamp or with copious red proofreading marks. 
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A Lovesong

29 Aug, 2017

A Lovesong

"A solitary man wanders the streets of a city, restless with indecision. As he tumbles down a rabbit hole of seedy dive bars, half deserted streets and shots of whiskey, time fractures – and it seems he might be destined to walk these streets forever.
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Memorize That Poem

29 Aug, 2017

Memorize That Poem

"It’s time for us to show we care about words again, to rebuild our connection to a human civilization so much broader than our Twitter feeds."
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