He created original typefaces, carved marionettes, and coined the term “graphic design.” Now, a new and comprehensive biography aims to capture the vast creative output of “quintessential maker” W. A. Dwiggins. 

See more of his work and support the project here

Labels designed by Dwiggins for the spines of a five-volume publication, Limited Editions Club, 1936.

Thank you card for Dwiggins’s private press, Püterschein-Hingham, 1952.

Yesterday, my work was featured in an art gallery titled “Art Is/Is Not Magic”. This was my first show ever, and it was a huge success! Out of 5 pieces submitted, 2 of my mixed media pieces made the final cut.

Much love and huge thanks goes to all the amazing curators, in addition to everyone who sent their support and was able to attend✨😊 @soulbruva3 @high-creations