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Fred Smeijers Jan 21
An update on a frequent question: the 3rd English edition of Counterpunch will be available in June 2020. Watch this space.
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DeadOnDesign Apr 7
- Hope this helps lift some of your spirits and inspires you to reflect on yourself and know your worth.
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Newberry Library Jul 2
Printers’ ornaments ornament this ornamental printing press from a 17thC printer’s manual. (It doesn’t get more meta than that.)
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mark webster May 14
Working on some ideas for animated text with
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NUL Preservation Apr 7
What is time. What is a type. Here is typographical time.
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UofGlasgowASC Apr 7
A nice for you. A tiny press variant between the two Hunterian copies of STC 11064, “The bloody brother” (leaf B1r) . Presumably caused by forme not locked tightly enough, so the “i” in billowes rose upwards when inked
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Sierra is a remote librarian now Sep 24
Y'all, TX has 254 counties. Good thing I ❤️ looking at all these county maps. This map features fancy type and illustrations that incorporate text and pointillism!
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Eye magazine Jun 4
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Gareth David Apr 7
TYPE TUESDAYS. Hand Lettering samples of type around London. View more here:
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Newberry Library Dec 10
Not an endorsement. This page just looked better than the one that said "Virtue." [Wood Type. Belgian Ornamented No. 2. Wm. H. Page & Co. Greenville, Conn. 1874. Case Wing oversize Z 40583 .65]
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American Antiquarian Society 22 Jan 19
These elegant and varied borders appear in a type specimen book issued by Henry Willis of the New England Type Foundry in 1834. Such books allowed printers to see and order the latest styles of fonts and pictorial cuts.
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Eye magazine Apr 7
‘Britain’s signature’, from the , Margaret Calvert signed the UK – from road to rail to air. Now Henrik Kubel (A2-Type) has digitised her Rail Alphabet. From (2009).
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Print magazine Apr 7
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Torsten Dikow Mar 10
holotype of mydas-fly species Plyomydas adelphe Castillo & Dikow, 2017 - beautiful large species from foothills of Andean mountains in western Argentina - described in 2017
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Imaginary Forces Apr 7
Today's article dives into the value in knowing your Type Design History, learn more
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Eye magazine Nov 27
Dates for your diaries. Next year’s events at St Bride Library will take place on 3 March, 2 June, 8 September & 24 November 2020.
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Print Museum Jan 7
The composing room of the circa 1940. Second operator from the right is Clifford McAdam, father-in-law of Printer and Museum volunteer Mike Slawinski
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Rutgers Special Collections & University Archives Mar 24
For this we share this example from the 1941 copy of "The book of American types," from New Jersey Trade and Manufacturers' Catalog Collection.
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Eye magazine Nov 26
For those of you coming to tonight’s (sold out) : we have a few spare copies of Hoefler & Co.’s catalog no. 11 to give away. (Ask Janet at the Eye stall at St Bride.) We’ll also be selling bargain back issues and copies of the latest,
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Eye magazine Jan 21
Legacy of Letters 2020, Deadline for the Mark Simonson scholarship (under-30s) for Tipo Cibo Vino 2020 has been extended to Friday 31 January.
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