Book artist Rosie Sherwood founded As Yet Untitled in 2012, launching the press and our flagship publication Elbow Room. As Yet Untitled specialises in limited edition, handmade works that embrace the breadth of possibility in the books form, from traditional binding techniques to sculptural forms.

Storytelling lies at the heart of the press; with all the works we produce exploring the construction and concepts of narrative in one way or another.

Works by As Yet Untitled are housed at the National Gallery of Scotland, The Poetry Library, Bank Street Arts and Tate Library and Archive.

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Rosie Sherwood is an artist, independent publisher and scholar. Her interdisciplinary practise focuses on storytelling, an exploration of the book and the curation and publication of on going cross-disciplinary journal Elbow Room. Sherwood graduated from Camberwell College of Art with an MA in Book Arts in 2013. She has taught at multiple institutions including the University of East Anglia, University of the Arts London and Bournemouth University. Sherwood recently published an article on the comic book and book arts in The Arts Library Journal and held her first solo exhibition.