The New York Times called Thatcher Wine ’94 a “library artist” in an article last January. The one-time Internet entrepreneur who now runs Juniper Books from a Boulder, Colorado, warehouse, says he creates “book solutions” for designers and decorators. He spent a year collecting 2,000 white vellum and cream-colored leatherbound books for a gentleman’s library, and he once stylishly wrapped thousands of books to match the décor of a Miami spa. “Thatcher is a necessity at this point in these large homes. I couldn’t pull off filling these miles of bookshelves without him,” designer Jenny Fischbach said of Wine, whose work runs from $80 to $350 a foot, depending on the books.