design-is-fine:

Pat Marriott, dust jacket for the first edition of Ian Fleming’s Live and Let Die, 1954. Source

design-is-fine:

Pat Marriott, dust jacket for the first edition of Ian Fleming’s Live and Let Die, 1954. Source

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Frankestein book cover by Maciej Ratajski.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Frankestein book cover by Maciej Ratajski.

George Salter

http://www.lbi.org/collections/library/highlights-of-lbi-library-collection/library-of-book-designs-by-george-salter/

http://academics.wellesley.edu/German/GeorgeSalter/

JIG-SAW

nicolasburrows:

5-colour linocut print with letterpress 
27 x 38cm 
Printed on 250gsm Materica Gesso from Fedrigoni 
Hand-numbered edition of 50

Printed on the presses at London Centre for Book Arts, this is a hand-inked / manipulated print and each one is unique. 

It’s for sale in my online shop here

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collectingcurating:

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collectingcurating:

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dustcollective:

32 Significant Moments — Lisa Watts

De-bossing covers over at ASAP Digital.
More pictures to follow. 

dustcollective:

32 Significant Moments

32 Significant Moments — An Artist Practice as Research 
By Lisa Watts

http://lisawatts.co.uk/

2 Colour (HP Indigo) + screenprinted cover
De-bossed cover + Spiral Bound. 

Printed and finished by ASAP Digtial
Cover — NA Screenprinting

design-is-fine:

Plakatschriften, Fonts for Posters, 1950s. Stempel AG, Frankfurt. Probably supervised by Hermann Zapf, as he was the artistic director during those years. Via Peter Gabor ©design et typo

design-is-fine:

Karl Gerstner, from his book The forms of colour: the interaction of visual elements, 1986. Via flickrstream Oliver Tomas

dustcollective:

Performing the Past.

Performing the Past is a collaborative research network between the Universities or Sheffield, Leeds and York. The project seeks to generate new ways of telling stories about the past by bringing together academics and professionals from Yorkshire’s cultural heritage industries. 

This photo book evokes some of the themes of the project and records the richness and diversity of the workshops.

With thanks to Dr Vicky Crewe—University of Sheffield.

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dustcollective:

Gumming up the works.

Gumming Up the Works is the third instalment from Pam Flett Press—the writings of artist, writer and lecturer Joanne Lee. This third issue fantasizes about luminous constellations of dropped chewing gum on the street, confronts a horrible compulsion to seek out the hard stuff glued under desks or in the recesses of train carriages, before finding itself fixated upon various species of lumps, heaps and piles; ultimately the writing explores creative work as a sort of digestion or composting, and suggests we have quite a lot to learn from worms. 

For more info on Pam Flett or Joanne Lee, visit http://www.joannelee.info/_/pam_flett_press.html

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dustcollective:

Folksy

Our Folksy shop is taking shape, and features our latest letterpress print, Left, Step Right. 

https://folksy.com/shops/dust

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typetoy:

http://www.agoodbook.de

typetoy:

http://www.agoodbook.de

design-is-fine:

Ladislav Sutnar, Design and paper 13, 1943. Controlled visual flow. Marquardt & Co. New York. Reprint 2003. Via flickr Oliver Tomas

Print from Greg Niemand on Vimeo.

eastlondonprintmakers:

Print - Four Generations of Die Stamping

We met these guys at the Indie Label Market last year in the sweltering heat of July. They spoke to us about their plans to make a short film about the printing process die stamping and about Perrott Bespoke Printing a family run traditional printers that has been going for four generations.

Here is the result. A lovingly made video produced by a group of friends commemorating Stephen Perrott’s families long running involvement in the process.

Enjoy!

Beautiful!