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Oak Tree Fine Press

Oak Tree Fine Press is a privately owned publishing company specializing in exceptional literary fiction
À Outrance receives recognition at D&AD and British Book Design and Production Awards

Oak Tree Fine Press Awards

British Book Design And Production Awards 2010

British Book Design And Production Awards 2010 logoOur Somerset edition of À Outrance, inspired by Philip Pullman’s bestselling Northern Lights, was Highly Commended in the Limited Edition and Fine Binding category at the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010. It was also shortlisted in the Digitally Printed Books category. These highly competitive awards represent the premier recognition event for British book design and production and attract entries from a wide range of publishers, including many household names. - Visit site

D&AD 2010

D&ADThe Oak Tree Fine Press edition of À Outrance features in the 2010 D&AD Catalogue, having been recognized by an international panel of judges as one of the creative events of the year. The D&AD awards recognize the best in global design, and inclusion in their catalogue is highly coveted. À Outrance is published in a large format and features unique individual bindings, as well as original woodcuts by well-known UK artists. The text centres on an epic duel between two bear kings, and the design combines heavy gothic elements with a lightness and clarity appropriate to a children’s book. - Visit site

British Book Design And Production Awards 2009

Doris Lessing’s On Not Winning the Nobel Prize was shortlisted for a prize at the 2009 British Book Design and Production Awards. Printed letterpress with new artwork by Abigail Rorer, this slimline volume is the first stand alone publication of this highly moving lecture. The British Book Design and Production Awards showcase the superb quality of the UK industry and are put together by BPIF, Oxford Brookes University and The Publishers Association. - Visit site

Oak Tree Fine Press is extremely honoured to have achieved such success with the publication of our books. We would like to thank not only all those who took part in the projects, but our clients also.

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