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1 Kitty Maryatt, et. al. Ad Libitum.
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2012 Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 111 copies, this is number 63. Small Square 4to. 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches. [16], plus 18-panel accordion fold text; text clean, unmarked. Dark blue Japanese book cloth in a bifold binding with wrap-around paper over lays to the covers. SIGNED by Professor Maryatt and the 8 students of the Typography and the Book Arts class of the Winter 2012 term. Fine. This is a lovely little music book, composed, printed, and bound at the Scripps College Press. The text was printed as a song cycle and presented again as musically animated texts enlivened by graphic performance directions. Linoleum cuts and photopolymer printing plates provide colorful graphics. Printed in Centaur 12 point for the text and printed on Nideggen paper. REFERENCE: Maryatt, Sixty Over Thirty, pp. 209-211. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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2 Kitty Maryatt, et. al. Deluge.
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2010 First Edition Hardcover Collectible: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 103 copies, this is number 75. Oblong Folio. 11 7/16 x 17 5/16 inches. [44] pp. The text presented in various typefaces with color illustrations and the pages presented as if they are layered windows open on a computer desktop. Full dark red cloth over boards, three holes in the top cover reveal red, green and blue dots. Fine. The Typography class was asked to develop a list of one hundred significant problems in America, and subsequently organized them into seven categories. After extensive in-class discussion, they decided to select addiction to media for their advocacy efforts because it is continually in the news as a growing problem. We all have extensive experience with the deluge of information on the internet and the latest social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter, and even have friends who are on the verge of addiction. Their goal became not only to promote awareness of the consequences of addictive behavior, but also to reveal the lure of new media that seduces us daily. The texts are presented on Nideggen, Frankfurt Creme, and Frankfurt White papers to imitate the layering on a computer desktop with the deluge of information from the internet. All the type was hand-set from metal typefaces, which included Scripps College Old Style, Optima, Centaur, Univers, Garamond, Caslon, Goudy Modern, Fournier, Weiss Initials, and Forum Capitals. The SML code on the title page was written as a computer science class assignment to encode / decode RSA encrypted messages; it was printed as a photopolymer plate. The printed colors are inspired by the RGB system, as might be seen on a computer. Imagery was carved into linoleum and printed on four Vandercook presses. The binding material, Quinel Graphite, was chosen to resemble the soft cases that protect laptops and iPads from damage. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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3 Kitty Maryatt, et. al. ManuScript.
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2011 First Edition Hardcover Collectible: Like New Hardcover Signed
LIMITED EDITION of 95 copies, this is number 71. Hand-set 12 point Centaur and Arrighi letters, letterpress printed in Arches Cover. The binding echoes traditional book-making methods in Ethiopia common through the nineteenth century. Small 4to. 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Unpaginated. [100] pp. Illustrated with linoleum cut glyphs representing characters, words and phrases, highlights produced by pochoir, text printed four-up and cut and folded to form signatures which were sewn together; text clean, unmarked. Binding of quarter-sawn oak covers sewn to the signatures, papers attached to the boards laden with papyrus, fabric, leather and silk; binding square and tight. Fine. This volume celebrates writing systems of the past that developed from a need to communicate practical information, historical accounts, tales, and myths. These systems vary in structure: syllabic, alphabetic, pictographic. Some disappeared with an extinguished culture, never to be deciphered, and some were decoded to great excitement and acclaim. Those who could write, the scribes, frequently claimed high status in their society. The writing tool and substrate are intimately connected to the style of the language that arose. The look of the system can be artistically changed by choosing a new material with which to write the language: linoleum, a brush instead of a stylus, cutting with scissors. The meaning of the glyphs, words and phrases still retain their power, no matter what tool is used to represent their significance. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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4 Kitty Maryatt, et al. Naked Faces.
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2009 First Edition Hardcover Collectible: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 95 copies, this is copy number 76, SIGNED by Kitty Maryatt and the students in the Typography and Book Arts class at Scripps College. 4to. 11 1/4 x 7 3/8 inches. [32] pp. Printed in various colors with metal typefaces available at Scripps College Press, using Weiss Initials for titling and headings, Scripps College Old Style used for the front and back matter text, 9 typefaces used in the text, printed on Rives BFK with linoleum cut shapes printed in black, type description printed digitally on silver Stardream Text with an HP Laserjet 9400. Silver Ginga book cloth over boards with images printed in blue, binding is accordion-fold so that the book can be stretched out to take in the entire text at once. Fine. Naked Faces explores the emotional impact of typefaces, taking its cue from Robert Bringhurst's classification of types based on social and artistic movements from the time period in which the types first appeared. The class looked at typefaces from Bringhurst's perspective, listen to music and looked at artworks from the respective time periods. The myriad tiny details that make up a letter-form have emotional impact on the entire type-face. Highlighting those rising emotions became the focus of the book. Students selected digital typefaces from Bringhurst's classification list to investigate but used the metal typefaces available at the Scripps College Press for the emotional descriptions. Colors of forest green, teal, electric blue and purple were used for the emotive type passages. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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5 Kitty Maryatt, et al. Out of Sorts.
Claremont, CA: Scripps College Press, 2012 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 103 copies, this is number 67. Designed and produced by the students in the Typography and Book Arts Class at Scripps College in Spring Term, 2012. 4to. 12 x 9 inches. Unpaginated. [32] pp. Illustrated throughout with moveable type designed and carved in cherry wood by the class and printed in various colors; text clean, unmarked. Text block consists of folded sheets attached together on one edge to form a large accordion-fold, it is housed in a clear smoked acrylic box open on one edge. Fine. Wood type carved into cherry and digitized by the students, who named it NeoSchmidt in honor of lettering artist Hans Schmidt whose prints they studied. Text printed in metal 12 point Gill Sans, printed on gray Rives BFK. "The experience of designing a typeface and manufacturing it in class proved time-consuming, painstaking, exhilarating, and ultimately rewarding." Kitty Maryatt. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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6 Kitty Maryatt, et al. Ruminations.
Claremont, CA Scripps College Press 2011 First Edition Hardcover New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 103 copies, this is number 72. Folio. 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches. [36] pp The text of this book presents a thirteenth-century Rumi poem as interpreted by Coleman Barks, with responses from the students in the Typography and Book Arts Class, each page is illuminated with linoleum cuts in blue, red, and purple. Bound in Ginga Iridescent Orange book cloth, spine bound open so that the signatures and stitching are visible. SIGNED by Kitty Maryatt and the 12 Typography and Book Arts students. Fine. The text includes a poem by Coleman Barks, "An Understanding of the Question," which was originally published in The Essential Rumi in 1995, and texts created by the students of the Scripps College Typography and Book Arts Class as responses to the Bark poem. The visual aspects of this book were inspired by the geometric structures of medieval book imagery. The colors of the linoleum blocks reflect the preponderance of lapis lazuli blue, crimson red, and royal purple in medieval miniatures; the binding introduces the color gold, which was prevalent in medieval manuscripts. The Rumi poem, interpreted by Coleman Barks, was set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style, and the responses were set in 12 or 14 pt. Centaur and Arrighi. Front and back matter were set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style, and the display letters were set in 18 or 24 pt. Weiss Initials. Sheets of Rives BFK paper are folding into signatures which are sewn over Tyvek-reinforced tapes with gold thread, and are attached to the covers. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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7 Kitty Maryatt et al This Tends To Happen
Claremont, cA Scripps College Press 2005 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 99 copies, this is copy number 74, SIGNED by Kitty Maryatt and the students in the Typography and Book Arts class at Scripps College. 4to. 10 3/16 x 5 3/8 inches. Accordion fold binding creates 8 appropriately-sized pockets, each containing one of 7 student-produced letterpress creation with linoleum illustrations in color and a dye-cut title-page / colophon leaf. Housed in a patterned white paper slipcase. Fine. Freshmen at Scripps College are required to read William Gibson's Pattern Recognition as they enter Scripps College as preparation to discuss post-modernity. Gibson asserts that everything is pattern recognition. In this vein, students in the typography class decided how they would define patterns, writing texts with the idea of presenting text as image, and image as readable text, in order to find meaning in their pattern-making. Seven students worked independently at the Scripps College Press on four Vandercook presses to print a limited edition of this book by letterpress. Twelve point Centaur was used for the patterned texts. Several papers were chosen, including Nideggen, Frankfurt Creme, Frankfurt White, and paper from Thailand. The images have been printed from linoleum blocks or as relief engravings from magnesium blocks. The sewn double-accordion binding holds the separate sections which can be individually removed for reading. The paper for the binding was made by Cave Paper, with letterforms magically lifted in the vat from Gerald Lange's rejected papers. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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