Graphic design met the epistolary novel in a recent project hosted by Adobe and co-sponsored by Xerox, Apple, Olympus and Wacom: 70 designers, illustrators and photographers who were participating in the annual Art Directors Invitational Master Class (ADIM), held in Monterey, Calif., were invited to create a 4x6 postcard with a Hawaiian theme - to be showcased in a 126-page, short-run, digitally produced color book. Called Postcards From the Creative Edge, the finished product beautifully showcases Xerox's digital printing and proofing technology with the aid of more hula dolls than you'd find in a Honolulu gift shop. So this is why they're called The Document Company! Seen here is the book's frontispiece art, designed by Adobe senior CD Russell Preston Brown. The book is not for sale, which means it's sure to turn up on eBay. For more info on the ADIM, see Russellbrown.com.