Set of three, 5" X 7" lined journals inspired by the Gabriel García Márquez papers at the Harry Ransom Center.
An 18 oz., vacuum sealed water bottle laser etched with a design inspired by a bookplate from the Ransom Center's collections
Blank journal with the Ransom Center's window motif embossed on the cover.
A poster-sized reproduction of an editorial cartoon from the New York World, one of the 250 posters created for the Spring 2018 exhibition Vaudeville!
"Failure means a drowning death," so goes the tagline on Houdini's promotional poster for his milk can escape trick.
A coffee mug inspired by the Ransom Center's striking etched windows.
Glass water bottle featuring the Ransom Center's iconic windows.
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 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.
Explore high-resolution images of the first book printed with movable type.
This plush Gabriel García Márquez is a puppet on your finger or a magnet on your fridge or locker.
A bumper sticker styled after the Ransom Center's iconic windows.
Celebrate the Ransom Center's collections or create your own version of our etched windows with this transparent sticker.