Monthly Archives: July 2012

lettering

Working on lettering for the catalog for our summer members exhibition. Go see it!

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One Man Show.

“The pamphlet is a one-man show. One has complete freedom of expression, including, if one chooses, the freedom to be scurrilous, abusive, and seditious; or, on the other hand, to be more detailed, serious and ‘high-brow’ than is ever possible … Continue reading

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So the bright spot is letterpress…

“Our traditional printing business has fallen off,” VonColln said. “But compared to that, letterpress is growing. So the bright spot is letterpress.” –awesome article on printing in Nashville

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Folding.

I started folding last night. Almost done!

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Bryan Christopher Baker

“I love the physicality of letterpress printing — it is a very sculptural process, as you more or less have to ‘build’ what you print from,” Baker said (via ny times)

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Kallemeyn Press

Earl Kallemeyn is an excellent printer. The Ink on the Paper

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One.

One run to go.

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