Ingress / Egress was selected as one of the five finalists for the 2017 Minnesota Center for Book Arts Biennial Prize.
Ingress / Egress is the 2015 edition in the Artists’ Publication Series from the Ringling College of Art and Design. The book was designed by book artist Ellen Knudson of Crooked Letter Press, Gainesville, Florida. The edition was letterpress printed and produced at the Ringling College Letterpress and Book Arts Center. Special thanks to the Ringling College student assistants that helped with the production and binding stages of the process. The six french-fold structures are printed on Japanese mulberry paper from photopolymer plates by Boxcar Press. The typefaces used are Humanist 521 BT, Spectrum MT, and a typeface named Spindle, drawn by Ellen Knudson. Other materials used are Colorplan papers and Dover book cloth.
Edition of 50 books.
Ingress / Egress is an artist's book that contemplates the design of artists' books. The intent of the piece is to encourage ideation on the theme "books are". The six French-fold books use geometry, visual design, text, and imagery to investigate topics such as "Books Are Architecture" and "Books Are Collections". The French folds are housed in a wrapper & clamshell enclosure. Books are letterpress printed on Japanese mulberry paper from photopolymer plates. The translucency of the mulberry paper produces layers of reading in each book, and the potential interaction of layers amongst the entire suite of books. 6"W x 9"H x 3/4"D
To purchase a copy of Ingress / Egress, contact Bridget Elmer at the Letterpress and Book Arts Center at Ringling College of Art and Design. >>> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org <<<
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