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tomoko_kanzaki Sep 19
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Helen Williams Sep 13
Raven: all that beer in printing houses, where does it go? 🍻
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Helen Williams Sep 13
Ruth Connolly asks does the pre-Cartesian body smell differently?
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Francesca Ceconi May 11
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Laser Bureau Sep 16
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Helen Williams Sep 13
Raven: defacement by devotion - visual, tactile and emotional reading
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Claire Boreham Sep 13
A conference panel after my own heart! Really enjoying following along on Twitter.
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Juliet James Dec 5
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Dr Kaley Kramer Sep 12
Condorelli. Spelling shifts connected to ideological connections with specific typefaces.
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Classic Litho Jul 4
Happy Independence Day from all of us ! We are celebrating that PMS 193C, , and PMS 281C with you today.
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Jot Paper Co. Feb 6
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Omega Jan 25
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Grace Sep 13
What a fascinating talk from James Raven on considering the book trade from a sensory angle. All sorts of ideas re:nature printing, horti sicci & book/mss hybrids buzzing in my head...
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Grace Sep 14
I'm absolutely itching to get into the Stationers' Company archives after Ruth Frendo's talk -- decades of account books, original stationery bindings? Yes please!
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Jesús Barrientos Sep 14
Replying to @BarrientosJesus
Also it was really rewarding to incorporate new and more aspects to my ongoing research
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Lisa Maruca Sep 14
I’m going to miss you, Sheffield! A big thank you to the organizers of for hosting me, and for all the participants for sharing such fabulous work. I’ve got a million ideas to follow up on!
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Russ Metzger Artist Feb 2
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Helaina Sharpley Sep 27
It looked great! And loved it! (Well that's what she told me!) I'm a big fan of Graham's work and the frame really set it off!
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Dr Kaley Kramer Sep 12
Marco Condorelli (UCLan) now speaking about the history of spelling and the history of print.
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Ms. Brown Oct 13
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