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Designed to replicate the ribbon copy of a patent. A Cavalier refers to an armed horseman or having the spirit of a gallant knight.

Our Cavalier layout is an inspired representation for valiant men & women who bravely face the challenge of innovation.



The term compendium refers to a concise but comprehensive compilation of a body of work. Our Compendium is designed to display the front page of a patent. Unlike other “front page” designs, our Compendium layout is customized with a copyrighted border.



The historical layout is designed as a tribute to the original patent office building, constructed over a century ago.

The artwork displays the historic U.S. landmark after construction was completed in 1867. After undergoing extensive revisions, the building reopened July 1, 2006, and was renamed “The Donald W. Reynolds Center” for American art.

Today, the building houses two Smithsonian Institution museums: The National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.