The Hamilton Type Museum Type identification for letterpress can be a headache to say the least. When the trade was is it’s heyday the print shop was a bustling hive of organised chaos. Type was housed in labelled drawers, organised by it’s classification and it’s...
The Hamilton Type Museum As promised last week I thought it was time I did a post getting down to the nitty grtty stuff that Hamilton has been involved in during it’s functioning years. When Hamilton first went into the production of wood type he used a method that...
The Hamilton Type Museum Day 2, 3, 4 – 28th, 29th & 30th September As I mentioned at the end of last week, my first project while at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum was to set a poster to be hung in the Print Room to remind students and workshops of the...
The Schwartz House 2nd October So after a busy week letterpressing I was ready for some r’n‘r this weekend. What better way to relax than cycling 8 miles to see a beautiful remnant of 1930’s modernist architecture? Situated on the far north end of Two Rivers, in an...
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