Annual Holiday Sale.
Extends through our monthly open studios event on Friday, Dec 20.
Buy any H&B fine press book or broadside — or put in an order for one of our two forthcoming titles — and receive a free set of letterpress greeting cards.
To order, simply email Dave at email@example.com, or call 919 949–4847. Existing books will be promptly mailed out (unless you would like to pick your order up here at the studio). The free set of cards can be picked up now for orders for forthcoming titles, or sent along when your book ships, your choice.
Feel free to stop by the foyer gallery during business hours or Saturday mornings, although we recommend making an appointment (to ensure you don't arrive when I'm out in a meeting or making a delivery).
As with all H&B items we offer a one week, money back guarantee.
F O R T H C O M I N G T I T L E S
Testify: A Visual Love Letter to Appalachia
Photographs by Roger May
Foreword by Silas House
Roses: from the Late French Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke
Translations and Essay by David Need
Pen and Ink Drawings by Clare Johnson
M O S T . R E C E N T . F I N E . P R E S S . B O O K
Maji Moto: Dispatches from a Drought
Photographs and Lyrical Essays Courtney Fitzpatrick
a 2012 Horse & Buggy Press Book
The fourteenth title published by Horse & Buggy Press, Maji Moto was the centerpiece of a multi-media exhibit in the recently expanded foyer gallery and has been lauded far and wide including by the Paris Review.
The exhibit included copies of the fine press book displayed on custom cherry wall-mounted bookstands, framed photographs (available for sale framed or unframed), limited edition giclee/letterpress broadsides (for sale as prints), and a large-scale environmental text installation in the storefront window.
Extensive info and images on the Maji Moto book and broadsides project can be found at this blogpost of Side Spur Ramblings (the official H&B blog). The books and broadsides are still on display and available for sale alongside other H&B work in the foyer gallery.
An open studios event is held on the third Friday of every month from 6–9pm as part of Third Friday Durham. This is a great time to see examples of projects on display, book collaborations with writers and artists, and occasionally I have one of the letterpresses fired up.
The recently enlarged gallery includes work from all members of the Bull City Arts Collaborative, as well as an exhibit area featuring guest artists' work in a variety of media. New shows rotate in every two months, and BCAC members take turns curating the guest artist shows.
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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
I have designed the Full Frame program guide and broadsheet posters the last five years. I have old program guides here at the studio for anyone who might be interested. They are a great resource for working on your netflix queue. (these are free, but *please* consider making a tax deductible donation to Full Frame, or even better become a member and support this great Durham-based festival)
Website Update / Don't You Guys Have Any New Work to Share?
The H&B website update continues holding strong on the back burner. Miles Everett, me and Annie's first child, was born Sept. 23, 2011 and is a healthy growing boy. While he has pledged to be our IT support by 2018, he is taking up quite a bit of time, and we are enjoying the heck out of our time with him. . . so projects like website updates, and putting more recent work up in the digital showroom, may develop more slowly in favor of weekend hikes, field trips to museums, and digging around in the garden.
Please know I am working full-time at the studio on a variety of projects! Recent projects include book designs for other publishers; the seasonal catalog for Duke Press; posters for a film series; menus for a soon to open diner; letterpress wedding announcements, stationery and business cards for several artists; a special book project for the UNC School of Journalism; and a suite of poetry chapbooks for Three Count Pour.
To see examples of recent work, please visit the studio during our foyer gallery hours on Fridays, or during our monthly Third Friday open house. I'm also happy to send samples out in the mail.