On February 1st and 2nd, for the second time the largest international book fair in North America will take place in San Francisco. Those who attend will see: Antiquarian & Rare Books on All Subjects, First Editions, Modern Literature, Manuscripts, Children’s Books, Fiction, Paperbacks, Illustrations, Art, Antique & Modern Prints, Posters, Photographs, Autographs, Postcards, Ephemera, Maps, and California & The West.
For the second time Studio Hinrichs has created poster for Nancy Johnson the promoter of the fair. For this event we will have a booth where we’ll be selling signed posters, books, AlphaChrome cards, and other rare, one-of-a-kind objects. Of special interest will be the first edition of “obsessions” entitled The Alphabet Card.
Both Kit Hinrichs and Delphine Hirasuna will be in attendance for the book signing. Hope you can join us!
Saturday, February 1st 10am–7pm
Sunday, Febuary 2nd 10am–5pm
at the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion
Now in its 13th year, the Typography Calendar, created by Kit Hinrichs, draws attention to the variety and aesthetic quality of type itself by making the typeface the primary graphic element on each page. Stunningly decorative, the 365 Calendar elevates appreciation of typography as an art form.
The calendar features twelve unique typefaces, includes descriptions of the type, shares a biography of each designer and notes all major holidays and the birthdays of the type designers on the calendar. For the 2014 edition, Studio Hinrichs invited 12 world-renowned international members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale to nominate some of their favorite typefaces. The AGI members’ choices range from the traditional to the avant-garde, the austere to Old World script flourishes.
It is available in two sizes: a supersized 23″ x 33″ version suitable for wall hanging ($47) and a smaller 12″ x 18″ version appropriate for desk or wall use ($29).
The calendars are available for purchase via our Store.
This Sunday, September 29, San Francisco Center for the Book will host its 10th annual Roadworks: Steamroller Printing Festival. Studio Hinrichs is excited to sponsor and participate in this day-long street fair that features local food, fine craft vendors and, the star of the show, a three-ton construction steamroller used to create large-scale prints from hand-carved linoleum blocks measuring 3 feet by 3 feet.
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To honor the first responders and victims of the 9/11 attacks, Kit Hinrichs originally designed this poster right after the tragic events in 2001. The concept for the poster was set aside for a decade, and now, twelve years after the heroic work of so many, the limited edition, five-color silkscreen poster is available, signed and numbered by Kit. Profits from the sale of the 9/11 Poster benefit 9/11 Health Now, a nonprofit health program that “offers care to responders, workers, volunteers and survivors of the World Trade Center disaster.” This poster and other award-winning posters signed by Kit Hinrichs are for sale in The Store.
Join Kit as he talks about extending brand identity through a calendar project during the upcoming webinar Calendar Design: 365 Days of Awesome on Thursday, September 5, 2013 from 11am – noon Pacific time.
The event is hosted by PaperSpecs and sponsored by Kallima Paper, who will give one hundred live webinar attendees the chance to win a 2014 Kallima Paper calendar.
This webinar is free thanks to the generous support of Kallima Paper. Space is limited so be sure to reserve your seat today for this free webinar at www.paperspecs.com/webinar.
The Art Directors Club of Tulsa, one of the oldest independent Art Directors Clubs in the US, invited Kit to speak on March 28 at the Living Arts space. Kit will discuss case studies, personal projects, war stories and professional tips from his 40 plus years in the field. Hope to see you in Oklahoma!
Thursday, March 28, 2013
6:30pm to 9:00pm
307 E. Brady Street
Tulsa, OK 74120
Located near Nashville, Tennessee Austin Peay State University’s Department of Art has invited Kit to speak to their students on February 14th. While there, he will take advantage of the opportunity to meet Jim Sheridan, of Hatch Show Print, and track down a few more American flags at the “Heart of Country” antique fair. He then travels on to Louisville, Kentucky to meet with the Frasier Museum to discuss the installation of his flag exhibition, “Long May She Wave, in early 2014.
Date & Time
February 14, 2013 at 5:00pm
Austin Peay State University
601 College Street
Clarksville, TN 37044