The Story of Troubador Press: An Interview with Malcolm Whyte

I have mentioned before how the Larry Evans 3-Dimensional maze books in the 1970's started me drawing mazes when I was a kid. Check out this great 2013 interview with his publisher, Malcom Whyte of Troubador Press. Whyte discusses Evans, the other artists he worked with, and running an indie publishing house back in the day. It is a good read.
The Story of Troubador Press: An Interview with Malcolm Whyte - 2 Warps to Neptune

Troubador building at 126 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Supergraphics painted circa 1971-1972 by Gompers Saijo. (Photo: Malcolm Whyte)

Troubador building at 126 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Supergraphics painted circa 1971-1972 by Gompers Saijo. (Photo: Malcolm Whyte)

City Detail

Small portion of new city maze. More realistic than usual, but still maintaining the icon style I like to use. Grunged up with the app Halftone.  

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Translation News

Foreign editions are happening for Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Catalan, Russian and German!

Russian - Here To There: Book Mazes: a leisurely stroll through the streets, alleys and paths German - From Here To There: Meditative Labyrinths

Russian - Here To There: Book Mazes: a leisurely stroll through the streets, alleys and paths
German - From Here To There: Meditative Labyrinths

German Translation Available Jan 11 !!

Get the German edition of the book, German Amazon has it up now!

Note that the German publishers, moses-verlag, changed the colors and the layout of the cover. I love the font they chose for the title! Visit their webpage and check out the catalogs. One of the catalog covers is especially great.

Note that the German publishers, moses-verlag, changed the colors and the layout of the cover. I love the font they chose for the title! Visit their webpage and check out the catalogs. One of the catalog covers is especially great.

In spring I had to make my text boxes wider for translation. I'm glad I did!

In spring I had to make my text boxes wider for translation. I'm glad I did!