Custom canvas tote bag created for the Shakespeare in Print and Perfomance exhibition, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare.
Quote on the back reads: "If this were play'd upon a stage now, I could condemn it as an improbable fiction." Twelfth Night, Act 3, scene 4
A sturdy canvas tote, screenprinted on front and back with images from the Ransom Center's etched windows.
Share your love for the earliest book printed using movable type with these stylish socks.
A tribute to A. W. N. Pugin's "Waste Not Want Not" bread plate manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factory (Minton & Co.) circa 1849.
An enamel pin styled after a memento mori found in the Ransom Center's collections.
An enamel pin styled after a bas-relief from a temple at Xochicalco.
An enamel pin inspired by a typewriter from the Gabriel García Márquez archive at the Harry Ransom Center.
An enamel pin inspired by the archival document boxes the Harry Ransom Center uses to store manuscript material.
An iron-on patch inspired by Gabriel García Márquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude
An iron on patch styled after the Ransom Center's iconic windows.
An iron-on patch featuring William Shakespeare.
An iron-on patch featuring the Ransom Center's logo.
An iron-on patch featuring a camera.
An iron-on patch featuring an open book.