Published November 24, 2020

We kicked off a year-long celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Book Arts at the Virginia Center for the Book. We debuted the specially-commissioned, commemorative print created by Kristin Keimu Adolfson, honoring our quarter-century in the practice of the art and craft of bookmaking. We also had a virtual toast—with a shared recipe for a signature cocktail to celebrate the folks who have contributed to the endeavor over the years.
In case you missed the festivities or would like to see the replay, the video is archived on our Facebook video channel.

To order this print, please visit our online store.

Each limited-edition print is $100—a great gift for yourself or people in your life this holiday season.

In celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Book Arts at the Virginia Center for the Book, this commemorative print was created by Kristin Keimu Adolfson, honoring our quarter-century in the practice of the art and craft of bookmaking.

Kristin Keimu Adolfson is a bookbinder, book artist, graphic designer, and printer in Charlottesville, Virginia, and teaches both bookbinding and letterpress at the Virginia Book Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her work frequently addresses issues of life, death and the environment.

Her artist books have been exhibited at Codex International Book Fair in San Francisco, Action/Interaction:Book/Arts at Columbia College Chicago, and are part of the University of Washington and University of Virginia Rare Book School and Special collections.

Kristin graduated from the University of Virginia with Distinction in Media and Film Studies and is the owner and graphic/web designer at Still Point Design Studio. Learn more about her work at StillPointDesignStudio.com/KristinAdolfson.

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