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  • Inferno by Dante Alighieri, Hand-Lettered & Illuminated by George Cochrane

    For the first time in hundreds of years, artist George Cochrane brings us a manuscript edition of Dante's masterpiece. We are excited to bring together this iconic text and the craftsmanship of the Medieval scribe and bookmaker. Allow us to introduce INFERNO.

    Inferno by Dante Alighieri, Hand-Lettered & Illuminated by George Cochrane

    Price From: $120.00
  • Cinderella: The Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault

    The 17th-century French version of the fairy tale by Charles Perrault was the first to introduce the fairy godmother, the pumpkin carriage, and the glass slipper that would come to define the story. Thornwillow’s newly typeset and letterpress-printed English edition is accompanied with six original illustrations by John Hutton, and is signed by the artist.

    LIMITED TIME OFFER: Gift with purchase of our Walrus and Carpenter (Paper) with any Cinderella purchase until 11:59pm December 10, 2018, Gift Option link will appear at checkout.


    Cinderella: The Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault

    Price From: $98.00
  • Love: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 8)

    Shakespeare knew and said it thus, “Love’s not Time’s fool,” but “an ever-fixed mark, that looks on tempests and is never shaken.” The poetry of love—Shakespeare, the romantic poets, Elizabeth Barrett Browning—is likewise timeless; as love itself feels always fresh and unprecedented, so too do these words seem to spring forth, new and custom-fit for the contemporary paramour.

    Yet, the notion of a quiet romantic moment, of writing a note or a poem seems quaint to many. The feeds of social media may abound in displays of affection—we attend, in rapture, to televised royal weddings, pin our dream ceremonies, and celebrate relationship milestones by sharing them on Facebook—but these ephemeral means fail, in so many ways, to truly capture the spirit of romance. For that, we return to the masters of the immortal phrase, and share their insights into the enduring power of that which we call love.

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    Love: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 8)

    $29.00
  • The Secret Ingredient: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 7)

    A little of this, a dash of that—food brings us all together. Some dishes carry the weight of a culture; others are, in and of themselves, family legacies, passed from one generation to the next. We prepare meals for our loved ones, deliver casseroles in times of mourning, adorn cakes for celebrations. By cooking, we sustain ourselves, our families, and our heritage. Yet cooking can be daunting as well as uplifting, possessing a language all its own full of obscure ingredients and new techniques. In response, a trend of viral videos, food “hacks,” and shows of competitive cooking and eating has arisen to make sense of it all. Still, we believe in the endurance of written recipes as records of the foods we have enjoyed and shared. They are the love letters of the culinary world, preserving the euphoria of hearty laughs over hearty meals, even long after the last leftovers are gone. So we share our own recipes, passed from our family to yours, knowing as any good cook does, that the secret ingredient is always love.

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    Subscribers will receive a Broadside Portfolio every month as well as special gifts, videos, podcasts & more. To subscribe visit d.rip/thornwillow

    The Secret Ingredient: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 7)

    $29.00
  • Magic: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 5)

    A magician never reveals his secrets.
    Magic has long been a form of concealment: of a trick, of the truth, or even of a still greater mystery. It is our scapegoat, the explanation we give for that which is impossible, or too complicated, or too inconvenient to explain. But, equally so, it is also our power. Though we tend to think of magic as juvenile or primitive, something to outgrow and replace with scientific reason and fact, it is perhaps also one our greatest assets—that we may take delight in the unexplained. Magic lends us a sense of hope and wonder. When we allow ourselves to experience magic, even for just a glimmering moment, we allow ourselves to find whimsy where we might otherwise find fear and inspiration where there is trepidation. We present this portfolio, our spell book, that we may pull back the curtain on some of humanity’s greatest tricks and revel in the sense of awe we deem magic.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE THORNWILLOW BROADSIDE LIBRARY
    Subscribers will receive a Broadside Portfolio every month as well as special gifts, videos, podcasts & more. To subscribe visit d.rip/thornwillow

    Magic: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 5)

    $29.00
  • Mystery: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 4)

    Nothing captivates us like a good mystery—that which demands investigation and makes possible the great human quest for discovery. It’s why we puzzle and ponder impossible riddles, obsess over unsolved crimes, and why we mythologize the masterminds of detective fiction and the literary demigods they create. Albert Einstein wrote that “the most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious,” and called it “the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.” Our fascination with the unknown is matched only by an insatiable desire to explore. And, as anyone who has ever met a child knows, so-called answers often lead only to more questions. In an age when the internet awaits at our fingertips to answer our every passing curiosity, there is still so much to explore, every question yielding to a further, greater mystery.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE THORNWILLOW BROADSIDE LIBRARY
    Subscribers will receive a Broadside Portfolio every month as well as special gifts, videos, podcasts & more. To subscribe visit d.rip/thornwillow

    Mystery: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 4)

    $29.00
  • Dangerous Speech: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 3)

    Freedom of speech is a cornerstone of Western society, yet in these past few tumultuous years, even this fundamental principle has been shaken. Our speech is corralled on social media platforms, our ideas encrusted in ideological caves. College students demand “safe spaces” where offensive speech is not permitted, and even the President likens the free press to enemies of the nation. Alternately condemned on all sides as dangerous, free speech is at stake. But our times are not entirely unique. Social turmoil has existed before, and has often similarly been accompanied by questions about free speech–when it should be free and when it must be censored. In celebration of the indispensable and exalted value of free speech, we present ten vignettes of oratory, writing, and thought that were, in their time, considered dangerous speech.

    All broadside leaflets are hand crafted and letterpress printed on archival stock. From recipes to poetry, prose, and quotations, Thornwillow broadsides put literature in your pocket.

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE THORNWILLOW BROADSIDE LIBRARY
    Subscribers will receive a Broadside Portfolio every month as well as special gifts, videos, podcasts & more. To subscribe visit d.rip/thornwillow

    LIMITED TIME OFFER: Buy any Three Broadside Portfolios and Get 2 Free with purchase until 11:59pm December 10, 2018, Gift Option choices will appear at checkout. See all our Broadside Portfolios by Clicking Here.

    Dangerous Speech: A Broadside Portfolio (Vol. 3 No. 3)

    $29.00
  • Berlin Metropolis: Portfolio of Prints

    As an imperial capital, Berlin was the site of violent political revolution and radical aesthetic innovation. After the German defeat in World War I, collage and montage were conceived as appropriate forms to destroy the traditional bourgeois concept of art. The Berlin Dadaists were reflecting upon the horrors of war—the trauma of a mechanized conflict—and the terrors of revolution and civil war. This new spirit was reflected in the artistic, political, and social statements of artists during the birth and formation of the fragile Weimar democracy.

    LIMITED TIME OFFER: Gift with purchase of our Not A Fad: Print Portfolio (Paper) with any Dante's Inferno purchase until 11:59pm December 10, 2018, Gift Option will appear at checkout.

    Berlin Metropolis: Portfolio of Prints

    $985.00
  • The Sonnets by William Shakespeare, Foreword by Neil L. Rudenstine

    "Shakespeare’s Sonnets are the greatest single work of lyric poetry in English, and many individual poems are as powerful as those in any language. Yet they are scarcely read, except for the few that are regularly anthologized. This is not necessarily surprising. To be confronted with 154 sonnets is a considerable challenge, especially if the poems are as complex as any work written by Shakespeare. The effort, however, is more than simply rewarding, because the sequence consists of love poetry that is as passionate, intimate, daring, searing and lyrical as any that we may ever encounter."

    Neil L. Rudenstine

    The Sonnets by William Shakespeare, Foreword by Neil L. Rudenstine

    Price From: $185.00
  • Sherlock Holmes Hexalogy by Arthur Conan Doyle, Introduction by Randall Stock

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's six favorite Sherlock stories together for the first time in a letterpress-printed and hand-bound edition. There are four versions. Each volume holds a mystery which, if solved, will award the brilliant detective a priceless volume. 

    Full leather editions are out of print.

    Sherlock Holmes Hexalogy by Arthur Conan Doyle, Introduction by Randall Stock

    Price From: $185.00
  • Pine Tree Motif

    Send the scent of the season with the Pine Tree Flat Card from our Holiday collection.The design is hand-engraved in steel and stamped in evergreen ink on heavy archival stock, the envelopes are lined in copper tissue.

    Each order includes 10 heavy archival stock flat cards with 10 tissue-lined envelopes. All correspondence motifs are printed with genuine engraving.

    This product is made using traditional techniques and historic machinery. Each flat card bears the Thornwillow maker's mark, guaranteeing that it meets our high standards of quality and craftsmanship.

    LIMITED TIME OFFER: Purchase 2 or more Motif Cards and Get 1 Free until 11:59pm December 10, 2018, Gift Option will appear at checkout. This Limited Time Offer applies to all motifs on our website. Click Here to see our online collection.

    Pine Tree (sets of 10)

    $45.00
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