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Synonyms for letterpress

printing from a plate with raised characters

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Above all however, the Letterpress Project is designed to inspire a love of reading and spell out what is special and unique about the real printed book.
"We have featured letterpress stationery in our store since we opened and we wanted to introduce the community to this wonderful group of artisans in person." Letterpress printing involves the use of moveable type—metal, wood or polymer—in vintage presses, many over 100 years old.
The Ladies of Letterpress go beyond keeping alive the craft of printing.
The "Best of the Best" Awards are presented to L9 World Label Awards winners in five categories—Combination Printing, Letterpress Printing, Offset Litho Printing, Flexographic Printing and Digital Printing.
The work is then crafted by one of three letterpress artisans on hand-fed letterpress machines, each more than 100 years old.
Letterpress looked a useful addition to the Howard Johnson string when scoring at Hexham last time and is hard to oppose in the second division of the Touchline Event Management "National Hunt" Novices' Hurdle at Sedgefield.
HOWARD JOHNSON was in sparkling form at Hexham, landing a 1,079-1 four-timer with Pemberton, Letterpress, Companero and Calin Royal.
Letterpress work - including a new broadside with writing by poet Joy Harjo and artwork by local artist Bob DeVine - will be featured, along with recent collaborations with Oregon writers.
In addition, flexo or letterpress inks printed over them usually require modification for optimal wetting and adhesion.
Until just a few years ago, a few very large newspapers still used letterpress or letterpress conversions.
It is especially useful, therefore, to have a full historical record of this final phase of letterpress printing--or at least letterpress printing on an industrial scale.
The range of processes includes letterpress, UV flexographic, in-line combination screen, hot and cold foil blocking and variable printing.
"Before that we had shown it in art schools and other venues all over England, but always just for three minutes." As George explains, they also acted on their canny understanding of the art audience's hunger for souvenirs of such events: "We had little leaflets, which we had letterpress printed, with deckle edges that we did ourselves.