Signal, 11in x 13in
The Diary of Private George A. Morrice is a 11"x13" hardcover book, 60 pages in length, that documents the experiences of a World War I Signal Corpsman beginning with his enlistment in the U.S. Army's 27th Division and concludes with his first-hand account of the battle of the Hindenburg Line, one of the final and decisive battles of the war.
The actual diary of Private Morrice was used to provide the narrative while the visual elements are composed of period-accurate found materials including original, vintage photographs of the 102nd Field Signal Battalion, medical and technical diagrams, U.S. Army Signal Corps manuals, World War I postcards, antique piano rolls and song sheets, and original photography.
The book is enclosed in an original, handcrafted cherry-wood box with a built-in viewer which is used to reveal a photograph of the 102nd Field Signal Battalion.
Beautiful, 12 x 9in
"Beautiful" is a true story about one Chinese girl’s battle with an eating disorder. Simple words and illustrations record her spiritual journey through her recovery. Redefining the meaning of "Beautiful" became the key for her to begin healing.