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Citizen of Tribeca | New to Fidi: Alamo...

New to Fidi: Alamo Drafthouse 28 October 2021 • Arts & Culture I couldn’t do the presser at Alamo Drafthouse on Friday morning, so I asked local photographer Max Guliani to take my invitation and give us a good look at the place. Long-awaited cinema is definitely taking a new turn. Theaters are only a […]

In “Raw Craft” the late Anthony Bourdain

Handcrafted documentary #books #printing #short film #composition #video 28 October 2021 Grace Ebert Regardless of its shameless tech culture, San Francisco remains a hub for analog art forms, hosting an annual festival that uses a 7-ton steamroller to print linocuts and hosting one of the latest publishers of its kind. Arion Press is dedicated to […]

3D printed printing plates made using mo...

It is widely believed that Gutenberg’s invention of printing in the 15and The century was the event that essentially enabled the development of the modern world, allowing access to knowledge beyond anything that had existed before, even as the Chinese embarked on the act of creating books somewhere. 500 years ago. Fast forward a few […]

5 best places to buy greeting cards in 2...

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Greeting cards sent by mail are a popular annual tradition in the winter. There’s no better way to send your family’s warmest wishes while on vacation than to send a thoughtful card. Whether you and your loved ones are celebrating Christmas, […]

Everything you need to know about Alamo’

One of my favorite things to do in the pre-COVID era was hosting a screening for Terror Tuesday or Weird Wednesday [subject of the great new book “Warped and Faded”] at the Alamo in Brooklyn. I love the content of the older repertoire that I was able to present like “Death Race 2000” or “Santa […]

19 beautiful black and white wedding inv...

A black and white color scheme is not a new concept when it comes to weddings. Classic and traditional, a black and white wedding invitation can play both sides of the fence: cool and modern on one side, elegant and luxurious on the other. “The invitation really helps set the tone for what’s to come, […]

Best Art Decoration Companies in Canada

Because Canada’s style is so diverse – with a variety of unique things found everywhere – it only makes sense for home furnishing stores and various businesses to reflect this. Here are some of the best art decor companies and stores in Canada, with something to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets. 1. Pop on Canvas […]

Discover this magnificent edition of the...

Angel Bomb, who published the incredible “experiential book” The Miskatonic Papers in 2019, has a new project on Kickstarter. This one is a luxury letterpress edition of the 1938 John W. Campbell story, “Who Goes There?” who inspired The thing movies. Two versions are available: a luxurious Deluxe letterpress edition, quarter-bound in Japanese blue book […]

Print Fiesta returns as a stand-alone ev...

(Photo by Stephen Dumas for the Daily Press)Shannon Mayfield prepares a block for printing making sure there is no lint or debris on the printing surface during a demonstration at the Southwest Print Fiesta on Saturday. After a hiatus last year due to COVID-19, the Southwest Print Fiesta returned to the streets of Silver City […]

Graphic designer from Kingsburg using th...

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) – Combining new technology with 80-year-old typography, Paper Farm Press’s Lauren Tevelde hand-creates wedding invitations, cards, stationery, and fine art prints. “I just hope each card cultivates community and encourages people in the same way that I love to print and create the card,” she said. “Working with my hands, I mix […]

Power of the Press Festival Celebrates P...

Dozens of print artists from across the country will converge on the Eastern Market Sunday for the second Power of the Press Fest. Presented by Detroit’s Signal-Return, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation and education of traditional letterpress printing, the festival, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature vendors and artists specializing […]

3 programs on the black experience and “

This is Sandy Brown Jensen, and you’re listening to Viz City, KLCC’s art critic program. In case you haven’t noticed, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is open for your viewing Wednesday through Sunday. A visit is a nice break from your routine. There is always something thoughtful to see and think about. At present, […]

Power of the Press Fest, a celebration o...

The third time is the charm, as they say. Twice stranded in their attempts to hold the second Power of the Press Fest due to COVID-19, the Letterpress Workshop and Signal-Return Arts Center are looking forward to this Sunday, October 10, when their celebration of the Traditional printing techniques and printing art returns to Eastern […]

At the annual roadworks festival, a 7-to...

Art #engraving #public art #video October 5, 2021 Grace Ebert In a neighborhood of tech giants and startups, the San Francisco Center for the Book is decidedly analog. The nonprofit has been a printmaking and book arts hub for creators in the Bay Area since it opened 25 years ago, offering approximately 300 workshops and […]

Typography Basics – Get Out Buffalo

Wed 16 March 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Practical lessons at the Book Arts Studio! Learn the ins and outs of letterpress printing. Browse our collection of vintage metal and wood, images (cuts) and ornaments to create a truly unique card or poster. Attendees will learn the basics of hand tuning and designing sound designs, […]