Types from Presses


This one was first printed as the frontispiece for Pages from Presses (2006). We decided this was the best way to show off the various types used by the earlier private presses from Kelmscott onwards that were the subject of

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Pastorale


Pastorale, a selection of wood-engravings by Lucien Pissarro (son of Camille), was printed on three of Joseph Batchelor’s hand-made papers made to William Morris’ specification, from the original blocks lent to us by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Charles Ricketts

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A Vision of Order


Much of 2010 and 2011 were taken up with printing Andrew Anderson’s linocuts for A Vision of Order (2012). These striking images, some of which took up almost the entire 20 x 30-inch bed of the Western proof press, and

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The Workshop Press


When writing Mark Arman’s obituary (see Matrix 27, pp. 40-2), I was struck by the fact that he didn’t even begin to print until he was sixty-seven, the age that I happened to be at the time, when most printers

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Matrix 31


The design of the dust-jacket was intended to suggest marionettes and their strings, the engraving had come to us a Christmas card. Elizabeth Grice nicely caught the flavour of Fleet Street in the 60s when, as one was going home,

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Caslon 18pt roman


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

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