RE: [PPLetterpress] Re: About Kissing...
- Hello everyone,
Excuse my English (spanish girl here).
Some two years ago the company I used to work with for
my engravings closed down. This summer I needed a cut
for the first page in my first book, a small labirynth
to be printed in red (you can have a look here
I order it by phone and asked for an square engraving
measuring 4 lines, that is 48 points (I said). And the
man at the other side of the phone didn't know what I
was talking about ¿lines, points? So I ended up
ordering something 1.8x1.8 cm.
I am shivering only to think this is the person I have
to rely from now on for my "made to measure" cuts.
P.S.: On my last message to this group I reported my
husband's worries about me being pregnant and
composing with lead type. In case you wondered, I
didn't stop working as long as my tummy allowed me.
Now Miguel is 13 months old and the happiest and
healthiest toddler ever.
Sé un Mejor Amante del Cine
¿Quieres saber cómo? ¡Deja que otras personas te ayuden!
- I'm sorry, but what is the difference between trimming and cutting?
On Oct 3, 2007, at 12:46 PM, David Goodrich wrote:
> At an APHA of NY meeting last night where we were privileged to
> peruse a
> number of volumes from the ATF collection in the Columbia University
> Library, I found a small printed slip of paper inside the cover of the
> Kelmscott Press' "Golden Legend" that read:
> IF this book is to be bound, the edges of the leaves should only be
> not cut. In no case should the book be pressed, as that would
> destroy the
> "impression" of the type and thus injure the appearance of the
> W. MORRIS
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