This past weekend, Scribendi got together and continued on the production of the magazine! It was a whirlwind of a day, filled with flurries of typeset pages and red pens. While we do have a working template for the upcoming magazine, our process is far from over. Over the next few weeks, we will be … Read More
Anyone who enjoys design will know that one of the most important parts of making a successful piece of design is text. Almost every piece of design we see today will include a form of lettering, whether it’s an advertisement for Gucci sunglasses or the menu at the coffee shop around the corner. We see … Read More
Before I properly start blogging away, a short introduction to my undertaking is necessary. In the following months, I will be creating a number of blog posts encompassing what I hope will be a vast array of topics centering on the simple concept of printing. I will cover everything from trends in typography to conservation … Read More
We had a very successful homecoming silent auction this fall! Here are a few photos from the event.
Each year, the Associated Collegiate Press recognizes general excellence in collegiate magazines (looking at content, editing, layout and design) with Magazine Pacemaker awards. Literary magazines were judged by Graywolf Press. And they just rolled out the finalists—including Scribendi! Entries were judged based on the following criteria: Content Was there evidence of diversity in … Read More
Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. Las Aguilas Brooke Ann Zantell- 1994 In the following pages is my personal interpretation of several stories that I have been told by my family about my grandmother. Anything in quotes was actually spoken by the person in the … Read More