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10/3/2015 - WE HAVE A LIMITED SUPPPLY ! ! !
Of 2016 Arts & Crafts Calendars.

Shown above L to R:
1) NEW this year "The Arts & Crafts Press 2016 Calendar - Block Prints by Yoshiko Yamamoto". This wall calendar of Yoshiko’s favorite prints new and old is a 20 year celebration of her letterpress printing.
2) "A Small, Untroubled World The Art of Gustave Baumann". Published by Pomegranate for the New Mexico Museum of Art, this calendar presents twelve of Baumann’s brilliant meticulously crafted woodcuts.
3) "Arts & Crafts Block Prints by William S Rice". This calendar contains twelve richly colored block prints that reflect Rice’s love of the outdoors and his observations as a naturalist.
4)"National Parks Poster Art of the WPA" published under license of Ranger Doug’s Enterprises. Ruggedly handsome, these posters are a must-have for collectors and aficionados of the Depression Bungalow era.

We have a Limited Quantity of these four calendars and they usually sell very quickly.

We suggest you review and order ASAP by CLICKING HERE .

9/6/2015 - New Iannelli Industrial Design Book
The new book (and an exhibit) about the the industrial designs of Alfonso Iannelli and the Iannelli Studios was launched last weekend at Millikin University in Decatur, IL.

The book, titled "Everyday Modern: The Industrial Design of Alfonso Iannelli", was written by David Jameson (author of the previous and comprehensive Iannelli book), with a preface by Tim Samuelson, introduction by Victoria Matranga, and designed by Eric O’Malley!

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Published by Millikin University's press, Bronze Man Books, the 172 page softcover book features over 200 photos, drawings, and plans showcasing the prodigious designs the Iannelli Studios produced for appliances, bathroom fixtures, trophies, personal care products, lighting, and more.

Available for immediate shipment, order your copy Here .

If you're in the Decatur, IL area be sure to check out the exhibit of original artwork and vintage appliances in the Perkinson Gallery of the Kirkland Fine Arts Center on the Millikin University Campus.