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Adventures in the Monotype Archive: The Sad Story of Sachsenwald

The archive buried in a small office complex in Salfords, Surrey is the last onsite stronghold of what was once Monotype’s enormous factory complex. The Salfords railway station was built solely for the purpose of importing an enormous workforce and exporting the vast infrastructure of the printed word: casting equipment, matrices, and the rest of the weighty and industrious accoutrements of hot metal typecasting. 678 more words


unite and type

for something unique and individual as a gift, for say a child or even for fun for an adult, unite & type can just about put anything onto a plate or cup.   60 more words

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Life Styled: The Thank You Note

image via Garance Dore

Few who sit down to write a bread-and-butter note are likely to be aware that by doing so they are not only on trend but also on their way to becoming happier and more sociable people.

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Funny, I never thought of these as a set. I mean they do have the same title, the Arithmetic of Loss, and the same inspirations, but they were made separately, and to me they stand alone. 93 more words


unfair was not taking photos from the death fair...

where’s wally?..

unfair was not taking photos from the death fair…

but there’s one from an unexpected polaroid type print at luís’ exhibition, hotel madrid/electricidade estética, caldas da rainha 2014. 69 more words


2014 Easter Cards

Here comes Peter Cottontail… A few of my favorite choices this year for fabulous Easter cards… (As always, click to shop!)