Valise creates and publishes expressive books on art, design, and lifestyle that are a pleasure to read, behold, and give.
A book is a canvas. We work with creative eyes and minds — artists, makers, and writers — to share their visions and tell their stories.
Beauty is essential. Our passion for the physical book has led us to an unwavering commitment to quality. With a focused approach to typography, sequence, color, paper, and printing, we seek nothing short of design excellence.
Small is just fine. The personal attention that our staff provides distinguishes us throughout every step of the creative process. Our finished products are high-quality books, often produced in small quantities, for public and private distribution.
Glenn Suokko established Valise Print Artisans in 2017; he is creative director and is responsible for project development.
In addition to Valise books and journals, Glenn has authored, photographed, and designed Shelburne Farms: House, Gardens, Farm, and Barns (Rizzoli, 2017) and Simon Pearce: Design for Living (Rizzoli, 2016). He is coauthor, photographer, and designer of A Way of Living (Simon Pearce, 2009) and Pastoral (2005–2012).
For twenty-five years, Glenn has independently designed and produced art books and exhibition catalogues for publishers such Rizzoli, New York, and for museums and galleries such as the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA; Harvard University Art Museums in Cambridge, MA; List Visual Arts Center, MIT, in Cambridge, MA; the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, in Hanover, NH; and the Detroit Institute of Art in Detroit, MI. He has designed and produced over forty exhibition catalogues for the Studio Art Exhibition Program at Dartmouth College to accompany the program’s series of artist residencies and shows.
Valise Print Artisans is a division of Glenn Suokko Design Inc., Woodstock, Vermont