Kristin Keimu Adolfson is a bookbinder, book artist, graphic designer, and printer in Charlottesville, Virginia, and teaches both bookbinding and letterpress at the Virginia Book Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her work frequently addresses and engages issues of life, death, the environment, and political/social change.

Her artist books have been exhibited at Codex International Book Fair in San Francisco, Action/Interaction:Book/Arts at Columbia College Chicago, and are part of the University of Washington and University of Virginia Rare Book School and Special collections.

Kristin graduated from the University of Virginia with Distinction in Media and Film Studies and is the owner and graphic/web designer at Still Point Design Studio.

Watch an interview with Virginia Humanities about my work, process, and the 25th Anniversary print commissioned for the Virginia Book Center in 2020.

Interview on With Good Reason radio show (3 minutes)   “We stop in at the Virginia Center for the Book, where Kristin Keimu Adolfson is printing a collaborative book called Bird Talk using an antique Vandercook printing press.”

Kristin’s artist book process featured in UVA Magazine 

View a short three minute documentary about Kristin’s bookmaking from the series “Making Good” by Squid & Beard.