Re: New Wood Type Set
- Thanks Graham.
Unfortunately, this is the only set that I have right now, so I can't offer it for sale. I would
be happy to let printers use it though if we can connect. I would love to make more, but
I've sadly left my shop behind in Vancouver because of my recent move to The
The type is 0.918" high, with a tolerance of +/-0.003".
All the best,
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, Graham and Kathy <kwhalen.incline@...> wrote:
> Excellent, and well done Scott.
> Now, is the fount being offered for sale, and if so what is the fount
> make-up, is it Anglo-American or Dutch type height, and what is the price
> for the 12-line size?
> Graham Moss
> Incline Press
> 36 Bow Street
> Oldham OL1 1SJ England
> On 28/2/07 11:02, "SK Polzen" <skpolzen@...> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I'm happy to announce that I've finished making my first set of end grain,
> > eastern maple
> > wood type. The typeface is based on Carol Twombly's Chaparral Bold and the
> > blocks are
> > 10 and 12 pica. I've posted a number of pictures on my website if you are
> > interested in
> > hearing more about the production process: www.pqcc.net.
> > If there is anyone else out there who is making wood type, I'd love to talk
> > shop; please feel
> > free to get in touch!
> > For anyone living in/around The Netherlands, I am currently living in Utrecht
> > and would be
> > happy to show you my type in person.
> > Cheers,
> > Scott Polzen
- Thanks Scott. When you get into production let me know and I'll be glad to
re-open the idea of getting a fount from you.
36 Bow Street
Oldham OL1 1SJ England
On 2/3/07 11:09, "SK Polzen" <skpolzen@...> wrote:
> Thanks Graham.
> Unfortunately, this is the only set that I have right now, so I can't offer it
> for sale. I would
> be happy to let printers use it though if we can connect. I would love to make
> more, but
> I've sadly left my shop behind in Vancouver because of my recent move to The
> The type is 0.918" high, with a tolerance of +/-0.003".
> All the best,