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Justin at Fenner: The Correct Size for a Business Card

Justin’s notes on the cor­rect size for busi­ness cards.

 

Social & Busi­ness Card Sizes” by kvan­horn is licensed under CC BY

Press Here: Culross the Printers in the 1940s

Friends at ‘Press Here’ have a nice Face­book album of Culross the Print­ers in the 1940s.

I Love Typography: The Evolution of Chromatic Type

Friends at I Love Typo­graphy have a delight­ful art­icle about chro­mat­ic type.  Like oth­er let­ter­press print­ers I fet­ish­ise these types, includ­ing the newly-pro­duced wood­let­ter.

Joshua Panter: Film of Hooksmith Press

Joshua Panter was in touch to let me know of his short film about Hook­smith Press in East Lon­don.

I thought it’d be of interest to your read­ers as it’s a thriv­ing let­ter­press  busi­ness, and the short cov­ers both the story of own­er Rus­sell Frost and his jour­ney from New Zeal­and to East Lon­don, along with an insight into the craft of let­ter­press and what it takes to cre­ate a print.

Thanks, Josh!

Spitalfields Life: New North Press at Wiltons Music Hall

Richard Ard­agh At Wilton’s Music Hall via. Spit­al­fields Life

Design­er, Typo­grapher & Print­er, Richard Ard­agh of New North Press in Hox­ton has col­lab­or­ated with the pupils of Bigland School in Stepney to cre­ate these splen­did let­ter­press signs for Wilton’s Music Hall, telling tales of its col­our­ful his­tory. Prin­ted with wood blocks and metal type onto book cloth moun­ted on board in the nine­teenth cen­tury man­ner, they are more than enough reas­on – should you ever require it – for a return trip to Wilton’s.

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