Lovely Video Shows The Process Of Letterpress Printing
As I am officially on holiday this week – starting 45 minutes ago – I have scheduled a number of entertaining and/or informative mini-posts until I am “back” on Monday, July 18. The first one is a gorgeous instructional video showing the process of printing letterpress with wood type. The video, shot with a Canon 7D, beautifully integrates a simple white skyline sans and delicate wireframe graphics in the footage. It was created by Naomie Ross, a graphic and motion designer based in Staten Island, NY. Check her other work while you’re visiting her website.
Music | Mark Mothersbaugh – “Nick & Norah’s Theme”
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