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I-liner

For some reason I thought I’d done the metal type on this letter, but then I looked at the stack and … think again. OK then. Set up the two type faces – doesn’t seem to be so many Is … Continue reading

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IONTW – June 18, 2017

BIRDS around the bay!!! PG&E/UC Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group’s peregrine falcon cam in San Francisco and Golden Gate Audubon Society’s San Francisco Bay Osprey Cam in Richmond. h/t to Alisa Golden for the ospreys. More Frank Lloyd Wright. … Continue reading

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happy ^ day

there are so many awesome cards out there already, but with access to a print shop I get that feeling of “oh I could (should) make my own” but then an event or occasion will come up and really I … Continue reading

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and sometimes y again

and second color turned to third as well accent metal type yep that Goudy sure is nice and some in the color from the backs and then yes red can’t help it and then about halfway through switch and always … Continue reading

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cards in your mailbox

cut to size, which I did pick how to on each sheet, although to keep it simple not as much cherry picking ideal placement as I might have plus needing to end up with a certain number this time I’m … Continue reading

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Art in Your Mailbox!

North Bay Letterpress Arts has a quarterly subscription project – community supported letterpress, if you will – which puts letterpress art in your mailbox! Spreading the letterpress love and supporting the shop. Three artists contribute work to each quarter’s packet, and … Continue reading

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four Is

The four layer – four letters that is, actually only the second set-up, although not the second time through the press for some of the sheets – starting with them all facing the same way, then exploring the other possibilities … Continue reading

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