The Balvenie-Rare Craft Collection

Recently I had the opportunity to attend The Balvenie Rare Craft Collection event. If you’re not familiar with The Balvenie, it is a hand crafted scotch distillery in Dufftown on Speyside, Scotland. So how does this translate to print? The event is...

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Throwback Thursday: The Machine that Made Us

Now THIS is a true throwback thursday post.  Stephen Fry and the BBC published “The Machine that Made Us” as an hour-long dive into Johannes Gutenberg‘s life and how profound his impact was on the world around him.  The invention of...

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The Cub Rotary Printing Press

In my hunt for Print collectibles I have never stumbled across a better example for children of the printing process. This “Toy” gives a child a first hand attempt at setting type through the letterpress printing process.  I found my first...

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What is a Print Stone?

An extra special package was waiting for me at my office upon my return to work this tuesday.  I knew the package was coming, it was no surprise, but I was excited as heck to open it and see what...

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Hospitals: A Printing GOLDMINE

Good Morning Fellow Print Nuts! I have an announcement to make – Meet Jack Edward Szubinski My wife and I are pleased to announce the birth of our baby boy. He was born last monday and my wife and I...

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Pantone before Pantone was Pantone

Back in 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down and produced a book about mixing watercolors.  His plan was to show all possible color variations achievable in watercolor painting.  By adding water and dyes, Boogert was able...

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