Printing with the handpress 'pleases eye and mind and hand' / by Alan Loney
Describes the lack of awareness of printing as an art form, and lack of credit given to designers, typesetters, printers and binders in NZ. Considers the lack of a tradition of scholarly printing and fine printing with a handpress, and the difficulty of getting materials and equipment. Looks at the qualities and characteristics of handpress printing.
Source: Turnbull Library record, Oct 1979; v.12 n.2:p.95-104; issn:See original record
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