We have been looking at the Arts & Craft movement as it relates to architecture in the office lately which put me in the mind of the way movements affect design change across multiple disciplines. Along with his many other interests, William Morris turned his love of book design into the creation of his own Kelmscott Press and the design of multiple typefaces. While influenced by a love of early printed books, the books he created seemed as if they could have stepped out of the past while also feeling modern and reflecting the influence of the Arts & Craft. In the book “The Eternal Letter, Two Millennia of the Classical Roman Capital”, Paul Shaw shows the enduring but roller coaster influence of the…