Leah Palmer Preiss on A.Word.A.Day


My “curiotype” paintings are featured on A.Word.A.Day this week. These are fanciful figural letters, each illustrating a particular word’s meaning, painted over collaged dictionary definitions.

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Curiouser & curiouser! That's what's painted on my studio door. I'm crazy about words, pictures & the ways they work together. I have many years experience illustrating for books, magazines, advertising & more. I'm also a calligrapher & lettering designer. Honors: Society of Illustrators Spectrum Print RSVP Competitions Some clients: New York Times Scientific American Games Utne Reader Santa Fe Reporter Baltimore Urbanite Eating Well Horticulture Cricket Spider Ladybug Cicada Weekly Reader Delta Sky Shuttle Sheet HarperCollins Hyperion Disney Candlewick Little, Brown Henry Holt Houghton Mifflin Godine Okey-Doke Hazard Press (NZ) Tarn Publishing(NZ) Duke University NCSU Libraries

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