I participated in a chapbook exchange at my studio, with the theme "Childhood memories involving food." Our chapbooks, standardized for the exchange, were printed on Zerkall Vellum Book 145Gsm, and French folded into a 4-page book with a front and back cover, and an inside spread.
Though I couldn't recall any good childhood stories involving actual food, I did remember eating a gluestick that my parents kept in a drawer of office supplies. Don't judge me too harshly; I was only 3.
|back & front covers|
I illustrated office supplies to create display type for the covers and drop caps for the interior. My letterpress teacher suggested that I expand my bent paperclip letters into a font. (I may actually take him up on his suggestion. He will probably regret suggesting it, especially when I start using my font on EVERYTHING.)