Campbell-Logan is a full service bindery that works with customers to create unique items. From a basic portfolio to specialized custom, multi-tiered boxes.
Above and below are pictures of a clamshell box made for Rulon-Miller Books to hold ephemera from the 1969 Woodstock music and art fair. The tie dyed cloth was custom made by Colorburst. The tray sides are covered in German Iris book cloth and the bottom is lined with Rives BFK paper (100% cotton, neutral pH).
Below is a post bound photo portfolio was made for Kristine Heykants, a local photographer. The photos were adhered back-to-back and at the same time a cloth hinge was added. The posts pass through the hinge allowing the pages to lay flat.
The set of clamshell boxes to the left was made to hold the archives of the Pentagram Press, which, for a short time, found its home in the Inkunabula Arts building. Each custom clamshell box fits inside a larger box construction that houses all three. Ribbon pulls assist in sliding out each individual clamshell.