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Synonyms for letterpress

printing from a plate with raised characters

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Letterpress printing continues its renaissance in the digital age because of its extraordinary beauty and tactility.
The means is traditional: letterpress printing using lead type, polymer plates and a hand-cranked cylinder proofing press.
He fell in love with letterpress printing and that became his life's work.
Letterpress printing was invented in the mid-15th century and remained a staple until well into the 19th century.
Whether in posters promoting a Johnny Cash concert or a carnival performance; advertising the rodeo or the Grand Ole Opry; or capturing the modern-day verve of a concert by Coldplay or The Strokes, posters printed by Hatch Show Print capture the heralded traditions of American letterpress printing and graphic art at their very best.
Artists' works such as Baskin's are expensive (though the two examples I use were in my smallish college library), but Sullivan ignores or is unaware of the resurgence of letterpress printing that allows such operations as Ugly Duckling Presse to produce chapbooks and broadsides as ephemeral and as cheap (and at times experimental} as did the avant-garde movement.
Dear Editor, I have always thought that too little has been done to recognise and honour the true genius of John Baskerville, and when I read that the new Library of Birmingham is to be situated between the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Baskerville House, I immediately thought that this sitting is providential and would give the city of Birmingham a golden opportunity to not only exhibit Baskerville's classics (which they do from time to time), but to locate a printing museum within the new library, which would enable visitors the opportunity of viewing the complete 18th Century letterpress printing process involved with the reproduction of Baskerville's classics.
W Williams & Son Printers, which has just signed a deal for two Xerox digital printing presses, started off in the days of hot metal and Letterpress printing.
The sisters were passionate collectors of art and established the tradition of fine letterpress printing at Gregynog in 1922.
From 1889, after the procurement of new equipment, the letterpress printing of the obverse was carried out in Trondheim, as was the intaglio printing from 1891.
The Pearl, a 400-pound symbol of the Industrial Revolution, will complement the museum's existing collection, which highlights the printing industry's dramatic changes in the last century--from letterpress printing to photographic and digital technologies.
Discovering a passion for letterpress printing is enlivening and exciting: a whole world of possibility and creativity, of careful and thoughtful experiment, of hand and eye, ink and paper, word and letterform, unfolds.
Letterpress printing, which is the oldest form of printing, was developed to fill this need.
We are certain that the sophisticated and modern designs and colors offered by Wedding Paper Divas, combined with our long-standing tradition of fine quality letterpress printing, will inspire engaged couples," said Sean Tabb, VP of Marketing and New Product Development at William Arthur.
This service includes the electronic receipt of order and print data, and optionally the collection of the necessary for the production contract documents, printing in offset and letterpress printing (stamping, punching, numbering), personalized digital printing, Finishing, Packing in the production areas of AN and Deliver the plungers on the use of sites within the federal estate and disposing of the packaging material.