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About Graphic Image


The Beginning

Bennett Glazer founded Graphic Image on the core principles of quality and design. As the name indicates, design for Bennett was typography. The timeless designs of the diaries he began creating in 1977 have changed very little over time and relied on world class leathers to update the product from year to year. Our customers would have it no other way. Before starting Graphic Image, Bennett was employed by the Franklin Library as its first design director to create collectible leather bound editions of classical books. Today, we have returned to those roots focusing not just on literary classics but on culturally popular themes to share among friends. In between are 45 years and three generations of building a made in America brand. 



Made in America

Once described as the biggest unknown brand in America, Graphic Image partnered with America's finest stores including Barneys, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, developing signature leathers for each, enabling them to call the product their own. Since 1981, we've maintained a lasting relationship with Tiffany & Co., working together to create Tiffany blue leathers sourced from tanneries in France and Italy. The demand for unique products led Bennett to an unexpected role: becoming a manufacturer. The 1980s were spent building a factory and learning to make the product ourselves. By 2010, our factory was the largest and most sought after manufacturer of luxury leather products in the US, including our own handbag brand, GiGi New York.


2000 - Present

Expansion into Home & Books

Today, our many home products have made us a central supplier to Williams Sonoma and its various brands. Bennett's typographical designs are classic and timeless. The spirit of his timeless design filters into every part of the brand, whether it be a handbag or letter press stationery. The special edition books that now lead the company have one difference from his days at the Franklin Library. Our books today are not designed for a bookshelf display; they are meant to be shared and handled, and passed down as iconic products of our time. Our children's classics will enable a future parent to read to their children from the same book they were read to. Nothing would make Bennett happier about the brand he created.