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Libre Mute Handmade Notebooks

Hand Made Notebooks From Italy

The Mute books collection (Libri Muti) re-interprets classical titles, playing with our memories.

A mix of traditional printing and binding techniques together with a fresh spirit, added by the hand-coloured slice.

Symbolic titles by authors such as Jules Verne, Dante or Homer, were transformed in a coloured notebook to fill with your own stories.

 

The Mute books collection (Libri Muti) re-interprets classical titles, playing with our memories.

For over twenty five years Lempert has been painting pictures bicycles from observation, often borrowing bikes from friends, colleagues or for a commission.

She has painted notable cyclists over the years including Connie Carpenter’s 1984 Olympic win road bike, Jaquie Phelan’s Championship winning Cunningham, Andy Hampsten’s 1988 Giro winning Land Shark and Greg LeMond’s 1990 Tour de France winning LeMond road bike. Lempert’s work excites both the cycling and art communities alike and has been exhibited in galleries and alternative spaces worldwide. Including Apex Art – NY, Elk Gallery – Brooklyn, the City Reliquary – Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Greenway Alliance,  Fishes Eddy NYC, Collier West Brooklyn, M. Chase Space – NYC,  and Guari Collections – Boston,  In addition to her painting, Lempert uses her original cycling imagery to license and self publish an array of other items such as limited edition prints, calendars, jigsaw puzzles,  postcards, coloring books and more.  In 2005 she began selling her work at street fairs and flea markets in NYC, including the Brooklyn Flea where she is a regular vendor.  Over the years she has worked with such clients as The NYC DOT Urban Arts Program, The Museum of Modern Art Design Store,  Paul Smith, Blue Stockings, Legami, Heye and Taking the Lane.

works available...

Alice's Adventures

Animal Farm

Beauty And The Beast

Breakfast At Tiffany's

The Black Cat

Hamlet

Jungle Book

Lolita

Moby Dick

Once Upon A Time

Out Of Africa

Peter Pan

Pride and Prejudice

Romeo and Juliet

Tender Is The Night

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