Monthly Archives: February 2012

Heath Ceramics house numbers

I wish these amazing new house numbers from Heath Ceramics would work on my house! The black backgrounds would go marvelously with my white house’s black trim. The fonts used were developed by House Industries, a font foundry with many … Continue reading

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We work behind the scenes.

I was surprised and delighted to see a mention of one of my projects in the latest issue of the University of Montana’s alumni magazine. (I graduated from UM in 2001.) An Archaeology of Desperation: Exploring the Donner Party’s Alder … Continue reading

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Fine books

From the New York Times: Some things seem to designed to do their jobs perfectly, and the old-fashioned book is one. What else could be quite as efficient at packaging so many thousands of words in a form, which is … Continue reading

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An afternoon of history with a Spanish professor

As she answered the phone, all that could be heard was a dog barking, followed by a breathless “hello?” Laughing, she apologized as she took care of the dog and returned to the call, lively in every word and excited … Continue reading

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