Marquand Editions produces extraordinary
handmade art books.



We connect with brilliant artists, designers, writers, photographers, other publishers, and creatives from many fields to work with our team of craftspeople to extend the definition of what a published can be.

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Our work is done here in Tieton, a small town two-plus hours from Seattle. Here, our studio is equipped to use the best techniques of the 19th-, 20th, and 21st-century printing, binding, and fabrication techniques. 


Our editions go out into the world in different ways. Some are exclusively distributed by the artist and galleries, others are sold through fine press channels. Some are private, very personal editions.

A bento box of textiles


Reiko Sudo is one of the great textile designers working today. Her talent is admired internationally, and her innovative designs are part of the permanent collections of museums around the world. The Nuno Box has been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Cooper-Hewitt, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Asian Art Museum, Cotsen Foundation, Tokyo Zokei University, Textile Museum, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, and UCLA Library. It is also included in many private collections.

140 distinct textiles are represented in this book/object. It houses three scarves, a notebook of cloth samples, and collages assembled by Sudo herself. Tools and raw materials used in her practice are featured as part of the edition.
Published in a edition of 50 copies, all signed and numbered.

This LACMA video presents the components in detail.


A single kapok tree in Costa Rica sends a global message


In this remarkable edition, environmental scientist Gretchen C. Daily and photographer Charles J. Katz describe how one relict tree, the magnificent Ceiba pentandra in the village of Sabalito, carries physical and spiritual importance far out into the world. In poetic language interwoven with scientific fact, she also describes the historical and natural history of this tree and of the ceiba species in general. Katz's photographs of the tree and village amplify this message quietly yet forcefully.

Gretchen Daily is the recipient of the Blue Planet Prize, the world's most prestigious award for environmental sustainability.

One Tree is in the permanent collections of the Vatican Library, the Ute & Bill Bowes Art & Architecture Library at Stanford University, Pennsylvania State University Library, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections,
and Boston Athenæum.


A magician's case of graphic story books


Chris Byrne's obsessional graphic novel took a decade to realize and another two years to produce. He and designer Scott Newton worked with Paper Hammer Studios to construct an audaciously ambitious bit of publishing magic.

Copies of The Magician are included in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon; School of Visual Arts Library, New York; and the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University, New York; California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California; The Magician and Archival Materials 2002-2013, Special Collections and College of Visual Arts, University of North Texas, Denton.


What is it about the number 5?


“Among the rain / and lights / I saw the figure 5…”

So wrote William Carlos Williams in one of his most famous poems. Drawn to the strange allure of the number 5, Alan Thomas found Williams’s “great figure” beckoning from Sicilian graffiti to Chicago parking lots. His fifty-five photographs riff on the number’s figurative qualities, while Kathryn Lofton’s introduction explores its interpretive possibilities—and the nature of photographic obsession.

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Dramatic light, calm moments, spirited movement


A Lusitano horse must function well in order to be the athlete that works on the farm and performs both in the bullring and in the show ring on demand. The Lusitano must be courageous but must also wait for the signals, the communication from his rider when facing a bull. It is a matter of life or death.

Produced for Veritas Editions, this fine press volume showcases eighteen original platinum/palladium prints and one photogravure by Keron Psillas Oliveira. Photographing on three continents over a period of eleven years, Keron offers some of her most compelling images to reveal the spirit within the Lusitano.


Vintage techniques express contemporary images


Produced for Veritas Editions, this fine press volume showcases Australia through original photographic-based art from a selection of established and emerging Australian artists. Fifteen tipped in original prints and one loose original print, representing nine different historic printing methods, presented in a clamshell case.
Foreword by Alan Davies, Emeritus Curator of Photographs, State Library of New South Wales


The California Missions


Craig Alan Huber visited each of the twenty-one missions and captured images that express the history and the spirit of these important monuments to Spanish California. Tipped in platinum prints on letterpress printed pages, hand-stitched into an oversize album. Clam-shell box and print folder for loose original prints.

Produced for Veritas Editions. Winner of First Place in the Vermont Center for Photography “By the Books” exhibition, 2016.

Copies of The Spirit Within are in the special collections of the University of Washington Library; UC Berkeley Bancroft Library; Santa Clara University; The Huntington Library; Stanford University Cecil H. Green Library; and the Vatican Library.


A book of drawings in two bindings


Mateo López draws simply and directly in pencil with an engineer's precision. We reprinted each one digitally on Caneletto paper, French folded each page, and stab-stitched the book block to create a facsimile. 150 copies are encased in a cruciform portfolio with a shoelace tie. 30 copies slip into a tray within a clam-shell box that houses a delicately cut paper sculpture, pinned to a facsimile cutting board.


HOME WATERS contains three novels: Blind Virgil, Dancing on Water, and A River Story. These beautifully crafted Northwest stories have been produced in two sets of special editions. A limited edition of twenty-five is handbound in leather and held in a handcrafted cedar box made from salvaged old-growth shakes, each with a bronze, brass, or copper maritime found object. The other fine edition of the trilogy is handbound in cloth and paper.

A career's worth of photography distilled


After decades of shooting and printing superb photographs, Reeder selected his favorite images for this oversize album of palladium printed pages, hinged and hand stitched. The edition of six copies is cased with antique obi cloth Reeder collected during travels to Japan. The title label is etched walnut.