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The spring Overland Journal cover

I’ve been saving this image for years, just waiting for the right Overland Journal to come along. The focus of the spring issue is Council Bluffs, Iowa, the site of the upcoming annual conference, but none of the articles specifically … Continue reading

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More samples from last year

While archiving some files the other day, I remembered a few projects that I hadn’t written about last year. The first one is the design for Through Indian Sign Language: The Fort Sill Ledgers of Hugh Lenox Scott and Isseo, … Continue reading

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Happy winter!

This year’s Christmas card quote came from a diary of a pioneer in Overland Journal this spring; it reminded me of early mornings on the ski hill. Here is a look back at 2015′s card and 2014′s. ——— from Robert … Continue reading

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Catching up

Yikes! I can’t believe it’s been so long since I last updated. Here are few things I’ve been working on. I continue to be proud of the new design for Overland Journal—it even inspired another quarterly to take on a … Continue reading

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Moose tickets

A friend asked me to design some tickets for a set of concerts this winter. It was a fundraiser for a school called M.O.O.S.E., so naturally, we needed a large ungulate in the center! (M.O.O.S.E. stands for Magic of Oral … Continue reading

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More from the new Overland Journal

In the last post, I talked about the cover image and how I’d initially planned to wrap it around to the back cover. One of the aspects of the new design is putting more emphasis on the great images that … Continue reading

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Sneak peek

Overland Journal is getting a whole new look! Check out the new cover. The issue is devoted to Fort Hall, in southeast Idaho, where the conference is being held in August. The cover image is a portion of Great Falls … Continue reading

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Motoring along

While rearranging the wall of books in my living room a few weeks ago, I remembered a project that I mentioned here but never revisited—Motoring West, volume 1, by Peter Blodgett (Arthur H. Clark Company, 2015). It is a compilation … Continue reading

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Happy feedback on a cover

From the editor of Overland Journal, on the winter 2015 issue: The cover is totally stunning! Here’s the caption on the image: Star Peak, at 9,863 feet, is the highest peak in the Humboldt Range in Pershing County, north-central Nevada. … Continue reading

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Serra book in top 25 academic books for 2015

Junípero Serra: California, Indians, and the Transformation of a Missionary (in the series Before Gold: California Under Spain and Mexico) has been selected in Choice Reviews Online Top 25 Academic Books of 2015! The book has gotten a lot of … Continue reading

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