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Easters Hols..

This is the last full day of term. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! Time for books to be put aside and real life to start.  These are a few of the projects on the list… 9 more words

Fashion

Burns Mailing & Printing, Inc. Continues To Offer Latest In Technology

Today we added a new Sharp copier.  We don’t use this copier like most companies do.  We use it for laser personalizations for non-profit organizations and for business who want to send out a letter that looks like it came from someone’s desk. 100 more words

Printing & Mailing

Printing Press History: Augustus Applegath

Augustus Applegath was born on the 17th June 1788 in the Parish of Stepney in East London.  His father was a sea captain, who worked for the East India Company. 286 more words

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Printing Typefaces & Sculpture: Eric Gill

Eric Gill was born in 1882 in the sea-side resort of Brighton in Sussex, and aged just fifteen, the family moved to Chichester in 1897. 367 more words

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Why Print Marketers Excel At Resonating With an Audience

Any solid relationship, regardless of the type you’re talking about, has the core foundation of intimacy in common. This is true whether you’re talking about your relationship with your significant other, your relationship with your best friend, or even the relationship between yourself and your favorite brand. 627 more words

Marketing

Printing Typefaces: John Baskerville

John Baskerville was born on the 28th January 1706 in Wolverley, Worcestershire, England.

From an early age, he loved to see beautiful lettering in written works, this passion would take over his life, and by 1723 he had become a skilled engraver.  465 more words

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