A 64-page ABC book for kids and adults, alpha bones candy, features Modern Tanka poems that are short, musical and humorous; black and white illustrations you can colour; and objects you’re invited to search for in each illustration. Poems and illustrations encourage hugging moments for reader and child. This book is a whole lot of fun!!
Axiom Business Book Award: Bronze Medal—Corporate History/Milestone, 2015
This Earth is Ours: 30 Organic Years Along Nature’s Path, is a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Nature’s Path Organics, a multiple award-winning family-run organic foods company that is an advocate for sustainable farming practices, non-GMO foods, and fair trade, as well as community gardens and other food security and community-support initiatives.
This project included design, layout, typesetting and photo prep for the interior pages: 11.5 × 8 inches, 224 pages, including over 370 images—most in colour.
As a private publication, this book is not available for sale.
Interior page design by Jan Westendorp / Kato Design and Photo. The cover design is by Andrew Bagatella/Whitecap Books.
“From table settings to backyard gardens and pantry items, this book teaches you everything you need to know about Russian food.”
Published by Whitecap Books and graced with beautiful photos by Tracey Kusiewicz at Foodie Photography, the interior page designs for Russian Cuisine: Traditional and Contemporary Home Cooking incorporate elements to make it a practical and useable reference, while embracing styles that harmonize with its traditional and contemporary subject matter. Informative sidebar text, notes on ingredients and methods, as well as excerpts from the memoir of the author’s mother appear throughout the book.
The design project for this book of poetry features the cover design and interior page layouts.
Cathy Ford’s first poetry book in many years includes 7 x 9-inch page dimensions to accommodate long lines. The author of 14 previously published books of poetry, Cathy Ford is a former member of the League of Canadian Poets and a founder of the organization’s Feminist Caucus.
This book design project features a soft-cover with French flaps and interior page layouts—incorporating photographs, drawings, and poems throughout, along with a 42-page portfolio of historic photographs of Vancouver made by Curt Lang in 1972.
Written by Claudia Cornwall and published by Mother Tongue Publishing, At the World’s Edge is a 288-page biography of Curt Lang; a legendary Vancouver beat poet, artist, photographer, intellectual, and entrepreneur.
Love in Northern Rapids recounts 18 canoe trips over more than a dozen years on many arctic rivers and on the Beaufort Sea, as well as the Inside Passage and other waterways in western North America. Author, Freda Mellenthin, proves that youth is no prerequisite for learning new skills, braving the elements, or falling in love. At the age of 61, she met Ted Mellenthin, an enthusiastic whitewater paddler of the same age who brought a canoe on their first date. They hit it off immediately, and Ted started to teach Freda the basic paddling strokes. Less than a year later, the pair set out on their first canoe expedition—into the Canadian Arctic.
This 7 x 9-inch book design project includes a softcover binding as well as interior pages including 16 maps, covering all the expeditions, along with 16 black and white photos and 32 in full colour.
Love in Northern Rapids is available in book stores, specialty stores, marinas and tourism locales throughout Canada.
The design brief for this serial publication includes the covers as well as interior pages accommodating a wide range of text genres and visual art.
The Capilano Review (TCR ) has published innovative literary and visual arts alongside one another since 1972. Writing genres include fiction, poetry, drama, and non-fiction. To better accommodate long line lengths in poems, the design incorporates a seven-inch-wide page. Other design features include elegant fonts set with generous leading that together provide ease of reading.
This project for a book of poetry features the cover design and interior page layouts. To address the need to avoid breaking long lines in some poems, this book is presented in 7 x 9-inch format.
Published by CUE (Capilano University Editions) and edited by Vancouver-area poets George Stanley and Jamie Reid, this Selected Poems: Billy Little, is a recognition of Billy Little’s “. . . lifelong work on behalf of poetry and poetry community in Vancouver and British Columbia.”
This design project includes the printed hardcover binding with matching dust jacket and interior page designs highlighted with ornamented chapter titles and 15 beautiful colour illustrations.
For readers aged eight and up, Cinderella’s Daughter and the Magic Angelfish takes place in a magical world complete with captivating descriptions of nature and a host of charming and lovable characters. Fifteen striking illustrations by Natalia Vetrova help transport you into this fascinating story of courage, devotion, forgiveness, and love.