First the manuscript is written, then a publishing offer negotiated and contract signed, fundraising started, fundraising successfully completed, then work started again on the manuscript with a first edit then second edit, followed by copyediting . . . it’s a long process writing a book! In fact, since completing the
The New Sylva has won an award in the British Book Design and Production Awards 2014. In the category for general non-fiction, known as “trade illustrated”, it won against stiff competition to secure the prize. The judge’s comments: The New Sylva is beautifully designed and produced. The stunning and delicate
The New Sylva has won an award for design from the International Society of Typographic Designers. The Premier Award for books was collected by Peter Dawson, Creative Director of Grade Design at a ceremony in Bexhill-on-Sea, at the De La Warr Pavillion. Title The New Sylva Studio Grade Design Art
The book cover design of The New Sylva is revealed
The authors have been working flat-out to meet the demanding publication schedule and progressing through several major steps in the editorial cycle.
… 432 pages, 29.5 x 25.4 cm, more than 200 original drawings by Sarah Simblet, more than 100,000 words by Gabriel Hemery, 44 main groups of tree species covering over 90 species, publication date: April 2014, …