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'Wired' Magazine Article: How Letterpress Printing Came Back from the Dead

There are reasons that, 30 years ago, letterpress appeared to be at death’s door. This kind of printing is fussy. To print books and small matter, you arrange blocks of metal type in a press to spell out words; headlines or posters often use large type cut from wood. A letterpress then pushes paper down onto the blocks, which have been covered with a thin layer of ink. You wind up with inky fingers and aching muscles. And it’s impossible to achieve completely consistent results.

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 ...letterpress printing—a revitalized craft that for hundreds of years was just known as “printing.”

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