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marc rees jones 26 Jun 13
tere were never enough 'y's when doing Welsh work...
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mariana arnica 8 Aug 13
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Eye magazine 8 Sep 13
For , please tell us more of your memories.
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Eye magazine 26 Jun 13
Do you have memories (good or bad) of working with Letraset type? If so, please let us know with the hashtag
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ian clarkson 17 Sep 13
I still have a box cabinet with trays full of letraset in my loft.
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Stephen Boss 26 Jun 13
Replying to @Ybretsae @eyemagazine
Life was so pressure-sensitive back than, wasn't it?
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Bruce Brand 18 Sep 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
I recall a face called Portly in a ’70s Letraset book & have been seeking the equivalent of it since. Anyone?
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Steve Cole 17 Sep 13
Ah ! Hand crafted typesetting at its low-tech finest. Those were the days.
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Jan Middendorp 26 Jun 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
. Those Letraset (in Holland: mostly Mecanorma) sheets, kids, they cost as much as a font today. And ran out.
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margotswift 8 Sep 13
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Celia Bartlett 26 Jun 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
...doing a nice perfect piece of work only for last letter to wrinkle or split :-/
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Catherine Griffiths 26 Jun 13
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carefully slicing the arm off an 'L' with a scalpel on the reverse side of the sheet to get one more 'I' ...
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marc rees jones 26 Jun 13
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Cog Design 26 Jun 13
...until Mecanorma gave us a glimpse of an alternative.
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Violaine 26 Jun 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
Letraset and Omnicrom sheets is what I spent ALL my money on a student, not booze and drugs.
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Joanna Dawson 26 Jun 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
though I still have an old let raster catalogue, which I love
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Trebleseven 8 Sep 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
+ still got! - my 100+ sheet collection (last 5 pics) salvaged from a studio clear out
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Ana 26 Jun 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
Good memories. I was in college. I remember of buying the sheets with the fonts. Of perusing the catalog.
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Grant Hutchinson 8 Sep 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
Meticulously constructing an uppercase ‘A’ from an inverted ‘V’ and a hyphen.
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Silvia Lunazzi 8 Sep 13
Replying to @eyemagazine
I was intern at ad agency in early 90s and my fave thing was to help paste up layouts and transfer letrasets.
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