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Fake Book Project: 1963 Signet Paperback

As always, the image is linked to a PDF. So, this one is complicated. First, in my continuing oddball quest to see if I can learn anything from 20th Century mass market paperbacks, I rescued an old Signet from the … Continue reading

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Fake Book Project: ‘Chet Pardo in The Ice Caves of Saturn’

Clicking on the image opens a PDF. The original page from Tom Swiftand The Asteroid Pirates, 1963. More of what undoubtedly looks like silliness but is really just me figuring out some design issues for future projects. And, yeah, no … Continue reading

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Print Shop Signage

Photo by Sean P. Morrissey Photo by Sean P. Morrissey I went slightly nuts drawing signs for my class at Penland, but because of being constantly busy (which I was glad about) I went somewhat less nuts taking pictures of … Continue reading

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Handy Pocket Guide to Albertus

Only a highly advanced mental doctor could explain why I just spent 87 hours and a large number of imaginary dollars making a whole big stack of these little books, which I didn’t really need to make for a presentation … Continue reading

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Signage

I’m posting these two super old linocuts plus one even older drawing and a really extremely old spec sheet for an imaginary font to remind myself I have a similar type of job to do as soon as humanly possible, … Continue reading

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