Y Design Blog
Winners of the 2015 Lohmann & Van Sinderen Prizes in Undergraduate Printing and Design were announced at last Friday’s judging ceremony in Haas Family Arts Library Special Collections.
In conjunction with the Office of Public Affairs and Communications, our office developed a series of Yale-themed screen backgrounds for mobile and tablet devices.
Winners of the 2015 Adrian Van Sinderen Book Collecting Prizes have been announced.
The exhibition features examples of early printing, woodblock print publishing, artworks, and historical documents from the Japanese Manuscript Collection and Yale Association of Japan Collection.
For the reopening of the Bibliographical Press on the first floor of Sterling Memorial Library, our office designed aprons for use during printing workshops.
We send our best wishes for the Holidays and the New Year.
John, Lesley, Rebecca, and Emily
Here is our animated card (designed by Emily!).
Please set your audio so that you can hear the soundtrack.
In 1957, Adrian Van Sinderen (YC 1910) established two book collecting prizes in order to encourage undergraduates to collect books, build their own libraries, and read for pleasure and education.
As part of Yale’s Program in the History of the Book, Professor Garrett Stewart will give a lecture Wednesday, December 3, at 4:30 in the Beinecke Library.
The exhibitions Uncommon Law and Reading English are on view at the Beinecke through December 15.
Rebecca designed the Fall 2014 events broadside for the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, the fourth calendar she has produced for the library.