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Christmas Quiz 2016 [Number 3]: the answer

It’s that time of year again – time for the ‘famousAll About Lettering Quiz that comes without a Prize – just the quiet satisfaction that in correctly answering you, dear reader, know one hell of a lot about typography and the printing arts! 104 more words


What to Look for in Business Card Printing Services

Who can you trust to take on the work of business card printing? You know that there are many out there who would like to have you trust them, but you are not sure who is going to do the job best and who you can trust the most when it comes to all that you would like to have completed. 237 more words

Find The Right Company For Your Business Card Printing

Think About Business Card Printing

If you think that having some business cards on hand would be a good idea for your business, then you should have them created. 253 more words

Will too boote, and Will in ouer-plus

Today the Bodleian Libraries are celebrating their Sonnets 2016 project, which saw each of Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets printed by hand this year. Small presses from around the world have sent in an amazing variety of contributions. 353 more words

Book History

Printing on a Chandler & Price platen press

A few weeks back Ana from Side-A Photography came by the studio to photograph the printing process on my “new” Chandler & Price (C&P) platen press.   540 more words

Around The Studio

Get The Best Business Card Printing Done

Use Business Card Printing Services From The Right Company

If you want to get some good business cards printed for you, so that you can show everyone that you mean business, then you should make sure that they get printed well. 239 more words

The Noblest Roman

The Book Club of California has just published  The Noblest Roman: A History of the Centaur Types of Bruce Rogers by Jerry Kelly and Misha Beletsky ‘an immersive dive into the history of the Centaur typeface, complete with rarely seen drawings and proofs from the Monotype archives and the Library of Congress’. 13 more words

Thoughts On Lettering