A Vision of Order, 2011


Andrew Anderson’s linocuts on a monumental scale. Indescribable, but the inspiration probably includes mediaeval architecture, Eric Gill, the holy spirit, and the tradition of fine printing on an Albion press.

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Matrix 30


John Craig never met his grandfather Edward Gordon Craig, who lived then in the South of France, but these affectionate letters show that the old man appreciated and fostered his grandson’s emerging talents. George Ramsden tracked down the life of

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Caslon 24pt Italic


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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Baskerville 14-point


John Baskerville of Birmingham was a writing-master and stone-cutter whose experiments with the printed book were of profound typographical importance.

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Baskerville 24pt Roman


John Baskerville of Birmingham was a writing-master and stone-cutter whose experiments with the printed book were of profound typographical importance.

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Caslon 24pt Roman


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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Caslon 14-point


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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Caslon 8 on 9-point


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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Centaur 22 on 18pt Roman


Centaur, originally designed by Bruce Rogers and hand-cut in 1915 for casting into case, was redrawn for Monotype and reissued in 1929. It was first used by Rogers for his Oxford Lecturn Bible, described by Stanley Morison as the ‘most

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Centaur 22 on 18pt Bible Italic


Centaur, originally designed by Bruce Rogers and hand-cut in 1915 for casting into case, was redrawn for Monotype and reissued in 1929. It was first used by Rogers for his Oxford Lecturn Bible, described by Stanley Morison as the ‘most

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Caslon 24pt lower case only


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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Caslon 12-point extra sorts fount


‘Why are William Caslon’s types so excellent and so famous? To explain this & make it really clear . . .

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