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Among our customers:

By Any Means Neccessary

UK

The Manual

UK

Reverence Library

UK

An Art Service

USA

Assouline

USA

BOMB magazine

USA

Bridgette Mayer Gallery

USA

Foggy Notion Books

USA

GuggenheimMuseum

USA

HK Creative

USA

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

USA

Luna Press

USA

Macy‘s

USA

McSweeney’s Quarterly

USA

Minor Matters Book

USA

Pandiscio

USA

Pidgin Magazine

USA

Rizzoli NewYork

USA

Smart Museum of Art

USA

SundaramTagore Gallery

USA

The Power Plant Art Gallery

USA

The Smithsonian Institution

USA

Wolfsonian Museum

USA

CLIENT QUOTES

A service minded

company

“Oddi had the right

combination of flexibility,

competitive pricing and

experience of producing

one-off projects with

unique requirements.

What we didn’t know

until we’d worked with themwas howmuch

attention to detail, professionalism and pa-

tience they brought to the job to get it right…

I’d recommend Oddi to anyone.”

Graham Parker, author of Fair Use

A meticulous company

Leslie Fritz, Skarstedt

Fine Art:

“Thank you for all your

meticulous work... The

colors are very precise

and capture a very

beautiful quality of the

photographs that is not

seen in Cindy’s other

publications. Your paper

quality is luscious, and everything was done

exactly to our specifications... You come

highly recommended to us, and we will

recommend you highly to o

thers.”

Bob Thall of Columbia

College Chicago:

  “Regarding Emma, Oddi

demonstrated such skill,

integrity, and care in

printing this photographic

book; we’re really eager to

work with Oddi on our next book projects.”

Dave Eggers, Editor of McSweeney’s:

“Issue 11 looks fantastic. Thanks for all your

work on it. I think it’s the best one yet.”

“Issue 7 has been chosen by the Ameri-

can Institute of Graphic Arts as one of the

top 50 books of 2001. It was also cited

separately for illustration. The outer cover,

which is just raw board with the type letter-

pressed into it, was the

idea of the printer, Oddi

Printing of Reykjavik.”