We have been featured in this revised edition, published by Rotovision and edited by David Jury.
This book sets out to celebrate the technical ingenuity, conventions and rebellions, art and craft of letterpress
We will be contributing posters to this exhibition of contemporary letterpress practitioners, showcasing modern day use of letterpress materials.
Standpoint Gallery, London N1, from 10th Dec 2010 – 22nd Jan 2011.
I have been asked to speak at this conference, on the theme of ‘Rescued & reborn’ and about how my involvement with letterpress has evolved over the past two decades. To be held at the St Bride Library on 19th November 2012.
We have been featured in a new book on letterpress, published by Rotovision. This book explores the revival of letterpress and showcases beautiful examples of contemporary work, profiling the craft’s most exciting practitioners.
‘The magazine for contemporary craft’ features typoretum in an article on the revival of letterpress printing.
James Pallister discovers that it’s thriving and looks to its future.
Our first (MKI) workshop has been featured in the recently published Shedworking book. The Shedworking blog can be visited here.
Our letterpress cards have been featured in a How To Spend It Christmas special.
Designers are using old letterpresses to put the personal touch back into greetings cards and correspondence, says Mark C O’Flaherty.